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The state announced Tuesday evening that Nevada County’s COVID case rates have met the requirements for the Blueprint for a Safer Economy’s Orange Tier, based on case rates Nevada County hasn’t seen since September. If Nevada County meets the criteria for the Orange Tier next week, Nevada County would move into the Orange Tier on June 2. Restaurants will increase to 50% capacity indoors, gyms to 25% capacity indoors, and movie theaters to 50% capacity indoors.
Find detailed information from the California Department of Public Health on current “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” guidance that will be in place until June 15.
The State has also announced its guidance for June 15, when California will move “Beyond the Blueprint.” As more people will be fully vaccinated by this date, almost all restrictions on physical distancing and capacity will be lifted. However, there are requirements that will apply to “mega” events that are over 5,000 attendees indoors and 10,000 attendees outdoors. Additionally, on June 15 California’s requirements on masks will align with current CDC guidance, where vaccinated individuals will be able to be unmasked in most settings and unvaccinated individuals will be required to continue wearing masks in most settings.
Find more information on California Department of Public Health’s website on the “Beyond the Blueprint” guidance that will go into place on June 15.