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Health & Safety Protocols

The Market Place remains committed to the health and safety of ourmerchants, employees, vendors, and guests. Therefore, we have added important steps to ensure our guests’ safety.

  • We continue to implement enhanced cleaning and sanitization of high-touch areas.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are placed throughout our properties for guests to use.
  • Common area furniture has either been removed or rearranged to allow for physical distancing.
  • We expect our guests to be prudent and maintain physical distancing at all times. To practice physical distancing according to the CDC recommendations, stay at least 6 feet from other people and do not gather in groups. ​ To help with physical distancing, you will notice signs throughout our shopping centers that indicate safe physical distances around our benches, walkways, elevators, restrooms, and seating areas.
  • For individuals who read lips, we are providing staff with transparent masks. Please let us know if you need this accommodation.

In addition, the California Department of Public Health​ issued Guidance on the Use of Face Coverings (May 3, 2021), which broadly requires the use of face coverings in California when in public or common spaces. California will keep this existing mask guidance in place until June 15, 2021, when it aims to fully reopen the economy and align its mask guidance with the CDC’s recent guidance.

BLUEPRINT FOR A SAFER ECONOMY

As of May 19, 2021, Orange County is in the “Yellow – Minimal” tier. Following are several key categories and the State’s general guidance for Tier 4.

  • Bars (where no meals provided) – can open indoors with modifications at 25% of capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer
  • Dance studios – can open indoors with modifications, at 50% capacity
  • Dry cleaners – can operate with modifications
  • Family entertainment centers – can open indoors with modifications at 50% of capacity
  • Grocery stores – can open with modifications at full capacity
  • Gyms and fitness centers – can open indoors at 50% of capacity and may now permit the use of saunas and steam rooms
  • Hair salons and barber shops – can open indoors with modifications
  • Movie theaters – can open indoors with modifications at 50% of capacity
  • Personal care services (such as nail salons, massage studios, skin care services) – can open indoors with modifications
  • Restaurants – can open indoors with modifications at 50% of capacity
  • Retail stores – can open with modifications

We have proactively shared the State’s latest orders with all restaurateurs and retailers at The Market Place.

Linked is the State’s updated Blueprint for a Safer Economy website. Please check this site for links to updated industry-specific guidelines.