CA County COVID-19 Tier Assignments November 16, 2020

Each color code has a different set of rules regarding what businesses are and aren't allowed to reopen, whether they can open indoors or outdoors, and at what capacity they can operate. Here's how it breaks down by category:
 

PURPLE

Hair salons: open indoors with modifications

Retail: open indoors at 25% capacity

Malls: open indoors at 25% capacity and food courts closed

Nail salons: open indoors with modifications

Electrolysis: open indoors with modifications

Personal care services (body waxing, etc.): open indoor with modifications

Tattooing and piercing: open indoors with modifications

Museums, zoos and aquariums: outdoor only

Places of worship: outdoor only

Movie theaters: outdoor only

Hotels: open with modifications

Gyms: outdoor only

Restaurants: outdoor only

Wineries: outdoor only

Bars and breweries: closed

Family entertainment centers: outdoor only, like mini golf, batting cages and go-kart racing

Cardrooms: outdoor only

Non-essential offices: remote work only

Professional sports: no live audiences

Schools: must stay closed

Theme parks: must stay closed

 

RED

Hair salons: open indoors with modifications

Retail: open indoors at 50% capacity

Malls: open indoors at 50% capacity and limited food courts

Nail salons: open indoors with modifications

Electrolysis: open indoors with modifications

Personal care services (body waxing, etc.): open indoor with modifications

Tattooing and piercing: open indoors with modifications

Museums, zoos and aquariums: open indoors at 25% capacity

Places of worship: open indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer

Movie theaters: open indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer

Hotels: open with modifications, plus fitness centers can open at 10% capacity

Gyms: open indoors at 10% capacity

Restaurants: open indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer

Wineries: outdoor only

Bars and breweries: closed

Family entertainment centers: outdoor only, like mini golf, batting cages and go-kart racing

Cardrooms: outdoor only

Non-essential offices: remote work only

Professional sports: no live audiences

Schools: can reopen for in-person instruction after two weeks out of the purple tier

Theme parks: must stay closed

 

ORANGE

Hair salons: open indoors with modifications

Retail: open indoors with modifications

Malls: open indoors with limited food court capacity

Nail salons: open indoors with modifications

Electrolysis: open indoors with modifications

Personal care services (body waxing, etc.): open indoor with modifications

Tattooing and piercing: open indoors with modifications

Museums, zoos and aquariums: open indoors at 50% capacity

Places of worship: open indoors at 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer

Movie theaters: open indoors at 50% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer

Hotels: open with modifications, plus their indoor pools can open and fitness centers can open at 25% capacity

Gyms: open indoors at 25% capacity and can open indoor pools

Restaurants: open indoors at 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer

Wineries: open indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer

Bars and breweries: outdoor only

Family entertainment centers: open indoors at 25% capacity for naturally distanced activities like bowling and rock climbing walls

Cardrooms: open indoors at 25% capacity

Non-essential offices: encourage telework but can reopen in-person work spaces

Professional sports: outdoor stadiums can have audiences up to 20% capacity

Schools: can reopen for in-person instruction after two weeks out of the purple tier

Theme parks: smaller parks can open outdoor attractions to in-county visitors at 25% capacity or 500 people, whichever is fewer

 

YELLOW

Hair salons: open indoors with modifications

Retail: open indoors with modifications

Malls: open indoors with limited food court capacity

Nail salons: open indoors with modifications

Electrolysis: open indoors with modifications

Personal care services (body waxing, etc.): open indoor with modifications

Tattooing and piercing: open indoors with modifications

Museums, zoos and aquariums: open indoors with modifications

Places of worship: open indoors at 50% capacity

Movie theaters: open indoors at 50% capacity or 100 people, whichever is fewer

Hotels: open with modifications, plus their indoor pools can open, spas can open, and fitness centers can open at 50% capacity

Gyms: open indoors at 50% capacity, plus saunas, spas, steam rooms and indoor pools can open

Restaurants: open indoors at 50% capacity

Wineries: open indoors at 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer

Bars and breweries: open indoors at 50% capacity

Family entertainment centers: open indoors at 50% capacity including arcades, ice skating, roller skating, and indoor playgrounds

Cardrooms: open indoors at 50% capacity

Non-essential offices: encourage telework but can reopen in-person work spaces

Professional sports: outdoor stadiums can have audiences up to 25% capacity

Schools: can reopen for in-person instruction after two weeks out of the purple tier

Theme parks: larger parks can open at 25% capacity