Siskiyou County moved to 'Moderate' tier, loosening COVID-19 restrictions

On Tuesday, Siskiyou County moved down to Tier 3 - Moderate (Orange) under California's coronavirus framework, allowing greater capacity at a number of different businesses.

Posted: Apr 7, 2021 11:24 AM

YREKA, Calif. — Siskiyou County on Wednesday moved down to a lower level of coronavirus restrictions under California's framework, allowing for expanded capacity at a number of different businesses.

Siskiyou County is now on Tier 3 - Moderate (Orange) of California's "COVID-19 Blueprint for a Safer Economy."

Restriction changes in Tier 3:

Effective April 7, 2021 the following business sectors that were previously limited to outdoor or remote operations will be allowed to open indoors with modifications:

  • Breweries, Distilleries & Wineries (where no meals provided) - Max 25% capacity, or 100 people, whichever is fewer

The following businesses previously allowed to open indoors with capacity maximums may continue to open indoors with modifications at increased capacity:

  • Restaurants - Max 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer
  • Gyms and Fitness Centers - Max 25% capacity; +Climbing walls; + indoor pools
  • Movie theaters - Max 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer
  • Museums - Indoor activities max 50% capacity
  • Places of Worship – Max 50% capacity
  • All Retail (including grocery stores & libraries) – no capacity restrictions

The following can open outdoors only with modifications:

  • Bars (where no meal provided)
    • Where meal is provided - follow restaurant guidance

Other changes include:

  • Amusement Parks/Fairs – can open with modifications
    • Max capacity 25%
    • Indoor spaces max 25% capacity
    • In-state visitors only
  • Live Performances (with assigned seats & controlled mixing) – can open outdoors only with modifications
    • Max capacity 33%, including suites
    • Max capacity of 67% with negative test result or proof of full vaccination
    • Suite max capacity 25%
    • In-state attendees only
    • Advanced reservations only
    • Restricted concessions and dining

The following restriction changes are Effective April 15, 2021

Gatherings (social, informal gatherings)

  • Outdoor – max 50 people
  • Indoor – allowed with modifications – max 25% capacity in settings where capacity limits exist or 25 people or whichever is fewer

Private Events (meetings/receptions/conferences)

  • Outdoor – maximum of 100 people. If all guests are tested or show proof of full vaccination: max 300
  • Indoor – if all guests are tested or show proof of full vaccination: max 150 people

Indoor Seated Live Events and Performances

  • All venues: • In-state visitors only, check for current CDPH Travel Advisory in effect • Weekly worker testing program • All tickets delivered digital, advanced purchase only • Pre-designated eating area (no eating/drinking allowed in seats) – 6 feet of distance. • Suites 25% capacity, max three households.
  • Venues 0-1,500: • Maximum 15% or 200 people • 35% if all guests are tested or show proof of full vaccination
  • Venues 1,501 and above: • 10% capacity or 2000, whatever is fewer; with modifications, and no eating/drinking • 35% if all guests are tested or show proof of full vaccination

Oregon Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 357526

Reported Deaths: 4284
CountyCasesDeaths
Multnomah55810707
Washington38782324
Marion36837455
Clackamas29779309
Lane27744302
Jackson23059310
Deschutes20336125
Umatilla14492150
Linn12911131
Douglas12118243
Josephine9384196
Yamhill8715113
Klamath8020119
Polk737381
Malheur563677
Benton549431
Coos503794
Columbia382644
Jefferson376052
Lincoln319939
Union319549
Crook291846
Wasco288841
Clatsop244328
Baker203529
Tillamook196932
Hood River192837
Morrow185023
Curry180625
Harney113927
Grant100013
Lake93912
Wallowa68612
Gilliam1544
Sherman1523
Wheeler1121
Unassigned00

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 4852216

Reported Deaths: 71350
CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles148510526549
Riverside3716705041
San Diego3678574183
San Bernardino3586775692
Orange3242885562
Sacramento1596362309
Kern1463481648
Fresno1463182094
Santa Clara1455431897
Alameda1206921400
San Joaquin1027761721
Ventura1010381167
Contra Costa1000181008
Stanislaus862991335
Tulare80375978
San Francisco54440649
San Mateo54168623
Monterey50911586
Solano46063341
Santa Barbara45223523
Merced42422581
Sonoma40997404
Placer39435429
Imperial36071766
Kings32938325
San Luis Obispo29973333
Madera23955285
Shasta23924352
Butte23818273
Santa Cruz21034221
Yolo20397248
Marin17706244
El Dorado17207149
Sutter13937175
Napa12898100
Yuba1011582
Tehama9534110
Humboldt9269109
Nevada916790
Mendocino766787
Lassen754347
San Benito744972
Tuolumne691790
Lake6631105
Amador547364
Siskiyou451246
Glenn438433
Calaveras391481
Del Norte358742
Colusa307618
Inyo214241
Mono16723
Plumas16607
Mariposa133916
Trinity88011
Modoc6895
Sierra1880
Unassigned1460
Alpine1050
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