RED BLUFF, Calif. - It's not business as usual for people in Red Bluff. The Red Bluff Police Department and city sent non-essential businesses a letter, asking them to follow the state's at home order.
Police say, they are not looking to punish businesses. But if businesses do not comply, they will issue warnings.
People in Red Bluff tell say obeying the stay at home order helps flatten the curve.
“We need to be safe,” said Karen Thomas, a long time Red Bluff resident. “I think this stay at home thing is helping and if we break it too early we're in trouble.”
Both the Tehama County District Attorney’s Office and the Red Bluff Police Department say they don’t want businesses to full shutdown and close. Instead, they urge businesses to adapt and transition services online or offer curbside pick-up and delivery.