Los Angeles Reopens for Tourism with strict safety protocols

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Los Angeles has reopened the tourism industry. The Los Angeles County Public Health officials gave approval for travel to begins as the city moves into the next phase of reopening after shutting down during the coronavirus pandemic.

Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board President and CEO Ernest Wooden Jr. said: “We are excited to roll out our signature red carpet once again and safely welcome back visitors to the City of Angels as Los Angeles County public health experts and government officials have officially announced leisure travel can resume beginning Friday, June 12. This declaration is a major step forward for our world-class hotels and hospitality businesses to gradually begin to reopen their doors after fully implementing stringent safety protocols and procedures set forth by Public Health. These measures were designed for the health and wellbeing of our visitors, who we know are eager to bask in our renowned L.A. lifestyle and endless sunshine.”

Hotels, fitness centers, museums, zoos, and other cultural institutions are now allowed to open their doors and safely welcome back visitors.

More so, Retail establishments are allowed to open at 50 percent capacity, while restaurants should operate at limited capacity. Trails, trailhead parks and golf courses are open as long as visitors adhere to social distancing and cleaning and infection control protocol, including the wearing of face coverings.

In compliance with new safety precautions, these businesses have implemented strict safety protocols and procedures set forth by Public Health, designed for the health and wellbeing of visitors.

Tourists will need to make sure they wear a mask when they are out and about. Face coverings are mandatory when going outside for any tasks, including when visiting any retail business, on the golf course, at the beach, riding on L.A. Department of Transportation transit buses, Metro buses or trains or traveling through Los Angeles International Airport.

L.A. County beaches are open; however, some parking lots, piers and boardwalks remain closed.

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