The State of California has advised Riverside County it has been approved to open more
businesses and move from the COVID-19 purple (widespread) tier — to the red (substantial)
tier, thanks to a steady decline in coronavirus case numbers.

The red (substantial) tier allows for the following:

• Critical infrastructure, open with modifications.
• Limited services, such as carwashes and landscapers, open with modifications.
• Hair salons and barbershops, open indoors with modifications
• NEW: All retail, open indoors with modifications, maximum 50% capacity.
• NEW: Shopping Centers (Malls, Destination Centers, Swap Meets) open indoors
with modifications, including maximum 50% capacity, closed common areas,
reduced capacity food courts
• NEW: Personal Care Services, open indoors with modifications
• NEW: Museums, Zoos, and Aquariums, open indoors with modifications, including
indoor activities with maximum 25% capacity.
• NEW: Places of Worship, open indoors with modifications, including maximum 25%
capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer.
• NEW: Movie Theaters, open indoors with modifications, including maximum 25%
capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer.
• NEW: Hotels and lodging, open with modifications, including + fitness centers (+10).
• NEW: Gyms and Fitness Centers, open indoors with modifications, including
maximum 10% capacity.
• NEW: Restaurants, open indoors with modifications, including maximum 25%
capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer.
• Wineries, outdoor only with modifications

• Bars, Breweries, and Distilleries, (where no meal is provided), CLOSED.
• Family Entertainment Centers, e.g. kart racing, mini golf, batting cages, outdoor
only with modifications.
• Cardrooms, Satellite Wagering, outdoor only with modifications
• Offices, REMOTE.
• Professional Sports, open without live audiences with modifications.

Counties must remain at each tier for a minimum of 21 days before moving to the next tier.
Schools may reopen for in-person instruction on a widespread basis (without a waiver)
once a county is in the red tier for at least two weeks.

For more information and guidelines, visit www.COVID19.ca.gov.

 

 

Graph from California Department of Public Health

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