“I’m really optimistic that we’re going to be able to open it by the weekend,” said Supervisor Don Wagner.
The council is committed to the Orange County restaurants will be able to open up to the outside, on the patio, and sit there for Memorial Day.
“We are so much better today than we were two weeks ago, when the first governor, said:” we have been weeks and weeks and weeks for the re-opening,” Wagner said. “We are making great progress.”
Regulators are pushing for county health officials to submit business re-opening plan for the week.
Oscar Carillo, who is the owner of a wine bar located in Huntington Beach, said he can’t wait.
“That would definitely help,” He said. “Each of the small businesses here in the area, be able to take advantage of their sidewalk, and a patio outside.”
Rick Fagnetti, who is the owner of an O. C. surf shop, echoed Wagner’s sentiment, that is, the numbers speak for themselves.
“The numbers are down, especially here in Orange County,” he said. “It’s time for me to open it. That’s what I say!”
Orange County health officials reported 75 extra feline corona virus the cases on Tuesday, bringing the province’s total of more than 4500. The county also reported the mortality rate remained the same at 88.
Public health Nichole Fast was said earlier that the province, the numbers are still low, and the hospital admission rate has been below 5 per cent — a meeting of two of Newsom’s guidelines for the relaxation of restrictions.
Even the entrepreneurs to ask again, hoping for a clear direction before it is safe to do so.
“We want to open, be as bad as everyone else, just in a way that we are used to in order to feel safe,” He said.
In addition to the restaurants, to the board of directors, in the hope that it will be allowed for shopping malls and other retail enterprises have to re-open.