GLENN COUNTY, Calif. - The Glenn county recovery and reopening plan says gyms, bars, outdoor recreation, day camps, museums, and family entertainment centers can open as of Friday.
Action News Now reporter Vanessa Romo was at Orland Bowl to see how this has affected their business and how they plan on reopening.
The owner of Orland Bowl, Andre Carrao, says "Its been pretty quiet in here and this is a place known for its fun and all the people enjoying themselves so it's a little tough when there's no noise going on and the kids aren't enjoying themselves. I just saw someone come in with a bunch of balloons so that indicates some fun starting."
Orland Bowl says it's been serving food and doing take out orders to make end's meet. The owner tells Action News Now he's lost about $500 a day during the stay at home order.
Carrao said, "It's great we had a lot of our bowlers and customers coming in just asking us when we can open up and obviously guidelines from the state and the county need to be followed before we can actually open things up, but we're glad to get it going."
Orland bowl says it will do appointment only to limit the number of people inside and maintain social distancing.
Glenn county's public health department says personal care services like nail salons, organized team sports, camps, fairs and events with spectators should remain closed for now.
The county has tested over 600 people, 24 came back positive. Glenn county public health tells us 20 have recovered and four are in self-isolation.