California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Thursday a list of health guidelines that retailers, manufacturers, and warehouses must adopt to begin offering curbside pick-up as early as Friday. Starting Friday, California will allow retailers, like those that sell clothing, books, and sporting goods, to begin offering curbside pick-up as the state moves deeper into “stage 2” of its reopening plan, Newsom said. Manufacturers and warehouses that support these retailers will also be allowed to reopen with modifications. The state can move forward with its reopening plan because it has seen a stabilization in hospitalizations related to the coronavirus, Newsom said. He warned that the state may move back to harsher social distancing guidelines if the data indicates there could be added stress on the hospital system due to a resurgence in cases. Read more at CNBC.