Statewide Order to Stay Home Prompts Questions Regarding Critical Infrastructure and Worker Classifications

 

 

Statewide Order to Stay Home Prompts Questions Regarding Critical Infrastructure and Worker Classifications

On March 19, Governor Newsom adopted Executive Order N-33-20 (“Order”) directing that all Californians stay at their home or place of residence, “except as needed to maintain continuity of operations of the federal critical infrastructure sectors.” The Order is effective immediately and has no end date.

 

Critical infrastructure sectors whose work may be exempted from the Order include public safety; water and wastewater; food and agriculture; dams; energy; transportation; communication; and critical manufacturing, among others. Participation in a critical sector does not itself exempt an individual or business’s compliance with the Order: that participation must be necessary to maintain continuity of these critical infrastructure sectors. The Order does not define which activities might fall within that scope.

 

 

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