On Monday, November 16th, the County of San Luis Obispo moved back into Tier 1 (Purple), meaning that several business sectors will have to resume outdoor-only operations or reduced capacity for indoor operations starting tomorrow.
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.
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.