Governor Newsom Lifts Stay at Home Order After Criticism Over Transparency Concerns

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A pedestrian walks by a retail store that has reopened on June 16, 2020 in San Francisco, California.  (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The California Department of Public Health announced Monday that the state will lift the stay at home order, allowing reopening of outdoor dining and other services.  The news comes as Governor Newsom faces criticism over its lack of transparency on key coronavirus data, including how it calculates the ICU projections that had been used as benchmarks for shutting down.  We get the latest.


Dr. Joshua Salomon, public health policy expert at Stanford Medicine

Don Thompson, reporter, Associated Press