State Updates Regional Shelter Order to Allow for Safe Access to Playgrounds

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY—The State of California has updated its stay-at-home guidelines to allow playgrounds to stay open as essential.

“Playgrounds may remain open to facilitate physically distanced personal health and wellness through outdoor exercise,” said CDPH Deputy Director of Communications Ali Bay.

The Contra Costa Health department has released the below information graphic to aid in the safe reopening of playgrounds.