SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California's top health official says the state remains in a “range of stability” on coronavirus cases and hospitalizations and will continue moving ahead with reopening efforts.
That's despite recent widespread protests over racial injustice that have brought people together in mass gatherings not seen in months.
Mark Ghaly says the state plans to keep releasing reopening guidance, though he didn't give specifics. Guidance on how to reopen schools is highly anticipated.
Gov. Gavin Newsom hasn't given any coronavirus updates this week after months of steady updates on the state's response.