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

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Cases: 173626

Reported Deaths: 2457
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Harney3046
Wallowa1575
Sherman570
Gilliam551
Wheeler251
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California Coronavirus Cases

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Cases: 3714587

Reported Deaths: 60922
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Riverside2972154525
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Lake339943
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