A number of plans were presented to the L.A. County Board of Supervisors Tuesday with blueprints for how businesses, theme parks and sports venues might reopen.
The plans include strict standards for sanitation, social distancing and testing for workers. The initial plans for sports venues include games without spectators.
Meanwhile, USC has decided to have in-person classes resume come the Fall semester.
How feasible are these proposals and what kind of safety measures would be needed to make them a reality?
Hal Kempfer, CEO of GRIP (Global Risk Intelligence and Planning), a management consulting firm based in Long Beach; retired Marine intelligence officer who’s conducted baseline training for major military commands and Southern California school systems on pandemic preparedness; he tweets @kippinc