Los Angeles County public health experts and government officials have declared that leisure travel can resume countywide. Residents and visitors must continue to practice physical distancing, wear cloth face coverings and follow public health directives. Hotels can reopen their doors after fully implementing stringent safety protocols and procedures set forth by L.A. Public Health to ensure the health and wellbeing of visitors.
Los Angeles County beaches are now open for individual or family ocean activities including surfing, swimming and kayaking; active recreation including walking, running and using the bike path; sunbathing and picnicking. Beach volleyball, other organized sports, gatherings or events are prohibited.
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Hotels, Lodging and Short-Term Rentals for Tourism and Individual Travel
Hotels can reopen their doors after fully implementing stringent safety protocols and procedures set forth by L.A. Public Health to ensure the health and wellbeing of visitors.
- Employees, including housekeeping, must wear face coverings and limit touching guests’ belongings.
- Guests will be screened for symptoms. People experiencing symptoms will not be allowed an overnight stay. Guests who feel sick should not travel or stay in a hotel.
- Stringent cleaning and laundry protocols will be in place to protect staff and guests.
- Reusable materials in rooms, such as magazines, menus and local attraction details, will be removed.
- Rooms should be left vacant 24 to 72 hours after a guest has departed for proper cleaning.
- In the event of a presumptive case of COVID-19, the guest’s room will be removed from service and quarantined. In the event of a positive case, the room should only be returned to service after undergoing a deep cleaning in accordance with Center for Disease Control guidelines.
- Property managers, timeshare operators, and other rental unit owners and operators must only rent unoccupied units and cannot rent rooms or spaces within an occupied residence.
- Saunas, steam rooms, and hot tubs will remain closed.
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Museums, Galleries, Zoos and Aquariums
Indoor museums, galleries, zoos and aquariums are closed at this time.
Parks, Day Camps, Campgrounds, RV parks and Outdoor Recreation
Whether you're casually strolling through an urban oasis, playing tennis or getting some exercise on a scenic hike, gorgeous weather and beautiful natural surroundings will be your constant companion. Make sure to check the Department of Recreation and Parks website for regular updates before visiting.
Los Angeles County restaurants are open for outdoor/patio dining, takeaway or delivery. Customers choosing to order via takeaway or delivery are still encouraged to do so. Outdoor dining at non-restaurant breweries and wineries serving meals are now permitted to reopen.
There are always excellent running trails nearby, from the heart of L.A. to the spectacular coastal views of the beach cities, here are some of the best running paths in Los Angeles.
Indoor shopping malls have been approved to reopen with occupancy limited to 25% of capacity. Outdoor retail shopping centers may now open for business at 50% capacity. Flea markets, swap meets and drive-in movie theaters may resume operations.
Barbershops and hair salons are permitted to reopen. Indoor operations at gyms and fitness facilities are prohibited at this time.