Visit SLO CAL is carefully monitoring the spread of the COVID-19 and its impact on the Travel & Tourism industry.
We have compiled a list of resources our industry partners can use to educate themselves, their employees and their guests about the virus.
Visit SLO CAL has created an "Open and Safe Toolkit" which includes flyers, social media banners and profile picture frames, to help our partners communicate with guests the health and safety precautions your businesses are taking to keep everyone safe and healthy.
Businesses that can reopen and activities that can resume under the red tier include:
Personal Care Services: Personal care services, like nail salons, tattoo studios, and massage therapy, will be permitted to reopen indoors at 25% capacity.
Restaurants: Restaurants will be permitted to move from outdoor-only operations to limited operations indoors (max 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer).
Places of Worship: Places of worship will be permitted to move from outdoor-only operations to limited operations indoors (max 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer).
Movie Theaters: Movie theaters will be permitted to reopen their doors with limited operations indoors (max 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer).
Gyms and Fitness Centers: Gyms and fitness centers will be permitted to move from outdoor-only operations to limited operations indoors (max 10% capacity).
Schools: Schools will be permitted to reopen for in-person instruction once our county has been in the red tier for at least two weeks.
On RecoverCentralCoast.org, you will find the most relevant information and resources for local employers and the workforce which currently includes tax relief resources, information about State and Federal stimulus funding, workforce training resources and local job opportunities.
Visit ReadySLO.org for the most up to date media releases from The State of California, San Luis Obispo County and Individual Cities within San Luis Obispo County.
Please find the latest press releases from the County of San Luis Obispo Health Agency - Public Health Department HERE.
Destinations International: Up-to-date information as it pertains to the effects of the coronavirus on the travel, tourism and meetings industry can be found on Destinations Internationals Industry Resources page where partners can also join upcoming webinars.
In response to the unprecedented disruption to air travel brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, many U.S. airlines have announced schedule changes, reductions in flights, re-deployment of larger international aircraft to domestic routes, and more. San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport remains open but has seen a shift in the number of direct flights. Through all of that SBP, our own airport was the 7th busiest non hub passenger airport in the country the first few weeks of June, in partnership with the airport we are committed to reactivate air service to pre-COVID-19 levels
The San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport lost all direct service to LAX, as all United Express flights out of LAX were canceled
Service was reduced to SFO, PHX, DEN, SEA, and DFW. Although service to DFW is expected to return to pre-COVID-19 levels in July
The new service to LAS and SDP were put on hold as was the launch of PDX