More businesses set to reopen this week in Riverside County including bars, gyms, movie theaters

INDIO, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 09: A motel sign is seen on April 09, 2020 in Indio, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

Several businesses got the green-light to reopen as Riverside County moves into another phase of reopening the economy.
County official have announced the types of businesses that may reopen Friday, June 12.

The businesses that will be eligible to open include:

-- Hotels, motels, inns (for tourism and travel)
-- Schools, day camps, daycares
-- Campgrounds and outdoor recreation
-- Filming for television and music industries
-- Restaurants, bars and wineries
-- Theme parks (no rides), zoos and museums
-- Professional sports (no audience)
-- Movie theaters and family entertainment centers
-- Gyms and fitness centers

Businesses that are not allowed to reopen at this stage include personal care businesses, like nail salons, threading and waxing services, as well as youth sports, team sports, weddings and libraries.

RELATED: Coachella, Stagecoach festivals cancelled for 2020 due to coronavirus concerns

While these businesses begin to reopen two of the largest music festivals held in the county, Coachella and Stagecoach, have been canceled for the year.

Earlier this year the festivals were postponed to October but on Wednesday county health officials announced they will be canceled for 2020 over concerns that coronavirus could worsen in the fall.

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Riverside County health officials say while residents visit more places it’s still important to take the proper steps and protect themselves from the coronavirus. 

Officials urge residents to continue to wear face coverings when leaving the house and continue to practice physical distancing in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   

Additional business guidance are available at website.

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