California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) released a list of six benchmarks the state must meet before it can begin relaxing strict social distancing mandates.
The state has successfully begun flattening its curve of coronavirus cases. But California is “not out of the woods yet,” Newsom warned at a Tuesday press conference.
The six indicators for modifying shelter-in-place orders are as follows, Newsom’s office said:
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“The models have changed because of your behavior,” Newsom said of earlier projections that showed a higher rate of infection in California. “And that puts us in a position to be able to socialize again, to make public these private conversations we’ve been having about this next phase.”
But, he continued, “we do so soberly, because today we had a record number of deaths.”
In the past day, Newsom said, 71 people in the state have died from COVID-19.