Mendocino County Enters the State’s Red Tierhttps://www.mendocinocounty.org/Home/Components/News/News/5422/3242Post Date: 03/12/2021 6:00 PM
Effective March 14, 2021, Mendocino County has been given the green light to enter the Red Tier according to the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. With this new Red Tier, comes an ease of some COVID-19 precautions.
COVID-19 precaution status of business sectors as mandated by the state (as of 3/14/21):
Grocery Stores: May now admit 100% capacity. Retail: May now admit a max of 50% capacity.Shopping Centers: May now admit a max of 50% capacity.Museums: May now have indoor activities with a max of 25% capacity.Places of Worship: May continue to have indoor activities with a max of 25% capacity. Movie theaters: May now have indoor activities with a max of either 100 people OR 25% capacity, whichever is fewer.Gyms: May now have indoor activities with a max of 10% capacity.Restaurants Including Wineries, Breweries and Distilleries serving meals: May now have indoor activities with a max of 100 people OR 25% capacity, whichever is fewer.Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries (where no meal is provided): May continue to operate outdoors with the following modifications: Patrons must make reservations and sit at tables, staying for a max of 90 minutes, and all serving of alcoholic beverages must end at 8 PM.Bars (where no meal is provided): Must remain closed.Long-Term Care Facilities: May restart in-person visits, while carefully maintaining specific COVID-19 precautions, such as COVID-19 screenings for both residents and visitors, facial covering usage, etc. This will likely take a few days to put in place. Please contact the facility before going in person and review the state’s guidance concerning Long-Term Facilities here: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CHCQ/LCP/Pages/AFL-20-22.aspx
For a detailed overview of business-specific mandates, please visit: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/COVID19CountyMonitoringOverview.aspx (Under “Risk Criteria” – “specific tier based on risk-based criteria”)