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City of San Diego Reopens Some Parks as County Outlines Steps to Ease COVID-19 Restrictions

San Diego County public health officials on Monday outlined the steps municipalities will need to take to ease restrictions under a public health order meant San Diego News to slow the spread of COVID-19. Hours later, the city of San Diego reopened some neighborhood parks.

The public health order that restricted gatherings closed hundreds of non-essential businesses and created social distancing rules for those that remain open is in effect through April 30. But County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher on Monday said the goal is to work with cities and businesses over the next few weeks to create plans for a slow reopening.

Hours later, the city of San Diego was the first to announce an easing of some restrictions. Mayor Kevin Faulconer said, after coordinating with the county, neighborhood parks would be reopened starting Tuesday but with some limitations: to use the public Press Release Distribution Service In San Diego spaces, residents must maintain social distance and only participate in individual, passive activities like walking or jogging, Faulconer said. Face coverings are not required but recommended.

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