California will reopen fully on June 15 if the state meets certain procedures, the official said

California Governor Gavin Newsom said on Tuesday that as long as Golden State meets two specific criteria, California will fully reopen its economy by June 15.


The state must keep the COVID-19 vaccine available to anyone 16 years and older who wants to be vaccinated and keep hospitalization stable and low, reports CBS Sacramento.

The governor of the Democratic Alliance has also said there are no plans to end the facelift at this time.

In a statement, Newssom said it was "time to change this page" and move on to the next step after COVID-19 with more than 20 million vaccines already delivered in California.

"Day-to-day operations will be allowed and businesses can open up to risk reduction measures," the attorney general's office said in a statement.

"We can now start planning our lives after the outbreak," Newsom said in a statement. "We will have to remain vigilant, and continue the practices we have brought here - wearing masks and vaccinations - but the light at the end of this tunnel has never shone."

CONTINUATION: CA has provided 20+ million vaccinations. We have the lowest quality standard in the US. Sustainable hospitals.

Now, we're looking forward.

We turned our eyes to the full opening on June 15 - with the usual steps like hiding a face.

Close up and get vaxed, CA.

If California is fully reopened, a Government with color codes of safe economy will end.

State officials say they will continue to monitor hospitalization rates, availability of vaccines and the effectiveness of anti-COVID-19 drugs.

The California Chamber of Commerce has applauded Newsom's announcement of a full reopening.

"The diligent efforts of all Californians to adhere to the COVID-19 safety principles will bear fruit on June 15. The people of California should be commended for their dedication and perseverance in working to protect public health," Allen Zaremberg, CEO of the room, said in a statement.

Health leaders emphasize that people need to continue taking steps to curb the spread of the disease.

"In order to take the next step, we must continue to do our part to keep this pressure going, and that means continuing to wear a mask and ensuring that everyone who is eligible has access to the vaccine," California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said in a statement.

California plans to open a vaccination suit for anyone 16 years of age and older from April 15.