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Gov. Newsom announces new regional Stay-at-Home Order

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Gov. Newsom today announced new restrictions on top of the color-coded tier system. If a region’s ICU capacity falls below 15 percent, a new stay-at-home order will be applied in that region for at least three weeks. State officials anticipate the majority of the state will qualify for this stay-at-home order within the next few weeks. Visit the government’s COVID website for information on your specific county.

Under the new stay-at-home order, bars, wineries, personal service businesses like hair and nail salons will close, and retail establishments will be reduced to 20 percent capacity. Critical infrastructure (including real estate) and schools with waivers will stay open, and restaurants will be allowed to continue take-out and delivery service only. In addition, all non-essential travel is prohibited statewide.

For the time being, real estate remains an essential service, and the rules REALTORS® have been following under the color-coded tier system still apply. REALTORS® will be able to continue conducting business in regions where the new stay-at-home order has been implemented, provided they follow the state guidelines and local showing rules if more restrictive.

REALTORS® must continue to comply with state and local health ordinances in order to reduce the risk of exposure to, and spread of, COVID-19, while providing the essential services of residential and commercial real estate. The Enforcement Division of the Department of Real Estate has made clear that complaints regarding non-compliance with the showing protocols have been and will continue to be investigated.

For more information on safely and legally practicing real estate during COVID-19, see C.A.R.’s collection of COVID Legal Documents.

December 3, 2020

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