Glenn County Moves Back to Tier 1 Purple

Glenn County Moves Back to Tier 1 Purple

GLENN COUNTY, CA — Due to an unprecedented surge in the rate of increase in cases, the State has applied the "emergency brake" and has placed Glenn County, along with many other northern California counties, back into the Purple (most restrictive) Tier. Counties will be required to implement sector changes by tomorrow at noon.  At this time, schools are not required to close to in-person classes. Tier assignments may occur more often when California Department of Public Health (CDPH) determines that the most recent reliable data indicate that immediate action is needed to address COVID-19 transmission in a county.

 

Sectors opened for OUTDOOR operations only:

  • Restaurants
  • Places of worship
  • Gyms and fitness centers
  • Bars, pubs, brewpubs and breweries if they are offering sit-down, outdoor meals.
  • Family Entertainment Centers
     
    Sectors opened for INDOOR operations:
  • All retail ​(maximum 25% capacity)
  • Hair salons and barbershops
  • Libraries (maximum 25% capacity)
  • Nail salons and electrolysis operations
  • Personal care services
  • Professional sports (without live audiences)
  • Shopping centers (e.g. malls, destination centers, swap meets, excluding food courts and common areas) (maximum 25% capacity)
     
    For additional information on “allowable” activities, please visit the State COVID-19 Safer Economy site: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/. For local questions, contact the Glenn County Public Health Department at 530-934-6588 or COVID@countyofglenn.net or visit www.countyofglenn.net/COVID19
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