If you keep your office open, for example, you must provide 1.) six foot distances, 2.) hand sanitizer and disenfectant, 3.) separate operating hours for vulnerable populations, and 4.) posting online... if you are open and how best to reach the facility and contact by phone or remotely.
Individuals can go outside for:
Health and safety: seeking emergency services, obtaining medical supplies or medication or visiting a health care professional
For necessary supplies and services: obtaining groceries and food, household consumer products, supplies they need to work from home, and products necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operation of residences
For outdoor activity: walking, hiking, running or biking – including going to public parks and open outdoor recreation areas, except for playgrounds
For certain types of work: Providing essential products and services at Essential Businesses or Operations or otherwise carrying out activities specifically permitted in the order, including
Minimum Basic Operations
To take care of others: Caring for or transporting a family member, friend or pet in another household