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Santa Clara County will join the rest of the Bay Area on Friday in allowing shops to resume business on a very limited basis. But don’t count on your favorite store rushing to throw the doors open.

Four days after the rest of the region, Santa Clara County is loosening its coronavirus shelter-in-place order to permit curbside pickup at local stores — as well as sanctioning car parades and allowing outdoor museums, historical sites and public gardens to reopen. It’s a big step as the county makes progress in controlling its COVID-19 cases and attempts to boost its tanking economy while gradually returning to a semblance of normalcy.

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Author: Dai Sugano, Ray Chavez, Dylan Bouscher, Marisa Kendall

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