|On Wednesday, March 7 San Diego moves into the Orange Tier. The orange tier includes:Restaurants being able to operate at 50% of capacity — |
or 200 customers, whichever is fewer — and bars without food service
may begin outdoor operations. Museums, zoos, aquariums, movie theaters
and places of worship may have 50% of capacity indoors and amusement
parks may increase attendance to 25% of capacity for in-state visitors.Gyms,
bowling alleys and family entertainment centers can allow 25% capacity indoors.Indoor pools can reopen.Live events such as sports and concerts can increase attendance to 33% of capacity for in-state fans.Indoor capacity restrictions for retail shopping has been lifted.
California health officials said Tuesday that all state COVID-19 restrictions on businesses, gatherings and recreational activities will be lifted June 15, although a mask mandate will remain in place.
See list of updated permitted business operations in the Orange Tier:Activity and Business Tiers
Please continue to wear a mask… We will only progress to this stage if we continue to stay vigilant, keep wearing our masks and getting vaccinated. The state will monitor hospitalization rates, vaccine access, and vaccine efficacy against variants with the option to revisit the June 15 date if needed.
Congressman Mike Levin is bringing several chambers together for a small business assistance webinar. The public registration link is HERE.
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