Now that the state’s hotels, bars, restaurants, and wineries have started to resume operations, California is asking travelers to visit with health and safety top of mind.
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In early June, hotels, vacation rentals, bars, restaurants, and wineries in California were able to begin reopening following the lifting of lockdown measures that were put in place in mid-March to mitigate the spread of coronavirus.
Soon after, Visit California, the state’s tourism marketing organization, launched a “Responsible Travel Code” initiative to remind visitors how important it is to travel responsibly during the coronavirus pandemic. The code—a sort of commitment Visit California is asking travelers to adhere to—asks that travelers do their research before traveling in the state, familiarize themselves with local regulations, and follow public health directives, including physical distancing measures. Travelers to and through California should also note that a statewide order was issued on June 18