Five more California counties went from purple to red in the Feb. 23 reassignment of coronavirus restriction tiers.
San Mateo, Marin, Yolo, Shasta and Humboldt counties are now considered at “substantial” risk, rather than “widespread,” meaning that restaurants, gyms and museums can open to indoor patrons, with capacity limits.
Trinity County slipped from orange, where it had been for three weeks, back to red.
The rest of the counties remained the same: Sierra and Alpine are orange (“moderate” risk) and Mariposa, Plumas and Del Norte are red. All others remain in the purple zone.
For more details of the coronavirus restriction, see California’s official COVID-19 page.
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Source:: East Bay – Entertainment