On August 28, 2020, California Governor Newsome developed the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which is a blueprint for California for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. This blueprint is county-specific and the county risk level is based on the number of new COVID-19 cases as well as number of positive tests within the county.
Initially, AARBF’s Path to Reopening was based on the Centers for Disease Control’s updates on COVID-19 and recommendations, as well as California’s Resilience Roadmap on how the state plans to reopen businesses and activities.
With the release of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, AARBF’s Path to Reopening has been updated. AARBF’s Path to Reopening will be based on when San Francisco, Los Angeles and Fresno counties all achieve the same county risk level. If any of the three counties have a different county risk level, then the implication for AARBF will be to operate at the highest county risk level.
AARBF’s Path to Reopening is Based on California’s
Blueprint for a Safer Economy
As of September 16, 2020, Los Angeles and Fresno Counties are at a Widespread County Risk Level and San Francisco County is at a Substantial County Risk Level. As such, AARBF will operate at a Widespread County Risk Level, resulting in all In-Person events (survivor services, prevention, fundraising, administration) will be modified to virtual opportunities, and no In-Person events will be held.
We hope that by sharing AARBF’s Updated Reopening Plan you will have a better understanding of the thought and care that have been put into ensuring that your health and safety remain our top priority. We miss our handshakes, high-fives, hugs and gatherings, and look forward to brighter days ahead of us.
Until then, take care of yourselves…and each other.
For more information about AARBF’s Updated Path to Reopening contact Jennifer Radics-Johnson at email@example.com or 818-848-0223 ext. 12.
In health and safety,
Jennifer Radics-Johnson, MBA, CFRE, CVA