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Fresno County To Open Dine-In Restaurants, City To End Shelter In Place

With state approval, dine-in restaurants can now reopen in Fresno County , as long as measures like social distancing and employee face coverings are used. This comes just after the city of Fresno announced an end to its shelter-in-place order, starting Tuesday. Fresno Mayor Lee Brand said the decision to end the order was not made half-heartedly. “Today the city of Fresno is flipping the script and saying we can effectively manage the curve while keeping our most vulnerable people and our senior citizens safe while getting our businesses open and putting people back to work,” said Brand. Instead of “Essential” and “Non-Essential” designations, businesses in the city will either be “Authorized” or “Non-Authorized” . Mayor-elect Jerry Dyer said that masks are required inside businesses and government buildings, and people are also encouraged to wear them outside. “The language now says people are strongly encouraged, especially around people, to wear a mask,” said Dyer of outside
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