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SoCal leaders call for businesses to safely reopen

The OpenCalNow movement is comprised of a group of elected officials, leaders, and businesses working on behalf of the public to safely reopen California.

CALIFORNIA, USA — A group of elected officials from Riverside, San Diego and Orange Counties held a media conference Monday to advocate for the safe reopening of businesses in all three counties.

Elected representatives from California have continued to be vocal in their support to safely reopen business in their respected jurisdiction. The OpenCalNow movement is comprised of a group of elected officials, leaders, and businesses working on behalf of the public to safely reopen California.

The group includes San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond, Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Hewitt, Orange County Supervisor Donald Wagner and Riverside City Councilman Chuck Conder, among others.

Desmond and Orange County Supervisor Donald Wagner along with a group of local business owners held a briefing last Tuesday

Desmond said, “I am going to fight to continue to keep businesses open safely in San Diego County. We can fight the virus and be open for business!"

The goal of OpenCallNow group is to get the attention of the governor as well as Sacramento to get kids back in school before businesses are forced to shut down for a second or even third time during this pandemic.