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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: 219755

Reported Deaths: 2858
CountyCasesDeaths
Multnomah41855618
Washington27838258
Marion24509333
Clackamas19964242
Lane14885174
Jackson12709156
Deschutes1056587
Umatilla958794
Linn627782
Yamhill507481
Klamath494479
Douglas451888
Polk431457
Josephine416975
Malheur366667
Benton347422
Jefferson249942
Coos231939
Columbia208732
Union169424
Wasco156131
Lincoln154422
Crook139924
Hood River126734
Morrow122917
Clatsop117610
Baker111517
Curry79112
Tillamook7605
Grant5637
Lake4868
Harney46011
Wallowa2396
Gilliam871
Sherman872
Wheeler441
Unassigned00

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 3966943

Reported Deaths: 64429
CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles130334324691
Riverside3085464662
San Bernardino3067695240
San Diego2980023798
Orange2824265144
Santa Clara1234042099
Sacramento1157321781
Kern1132161425
Fresno1046391746
Alameda971211286
Ventura838691044
Contra Costa77708834
San Joaquin769151460
Stanislaus658931095
Tulare50409854
San Mateo44622588
Monterey44523528
San Francisco40544563
Solano36004263
Santa Barbara35741467
Merced33321485
Sonoma32880330
Imperial29164745
Placer25146307
Kings23765251
San Luis Obispo21970265
Madera17058249
Santa Cruz16616207
Marin14958239
Yolo14863215
Butte13235205
Shasta13043242
El Dorado11125120
Napa1044282
Sutter10203127
Yuba700450
San Benito628263
Tehama589266
Lassen588826
Nevada541675
Humboldt511453
Mendocino471052
Tuolumne453573
Lake423866
Amador387748
Siskiyou256640
Glenn246527
Colusa235718
Calaveras231658
Del Norte16688
Inyo147338
Mono13265
Plumas7726
Modoc5767
Mariposa5007
Trinity4676
Sierra1310
Alpine890
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