Mask Required

Starting tomorrow, Californians will be able to attend indoor receptions, meetings, or conferences, but will be required to have a COVID-19 test or show proof of being fully vaccinated according to the California Department of Public Health. 

This also marks the day that every Californian over the age of 16 becomes eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Counties in the orange tier can host events with increased capacity, with an even higher capacity if guests provide a negative COVID-19 test or show proof of being fully vaccinated, with indoor events requiring all guests to provide proof of having a negative test or being fully vaccinated. 

All tiers must still follow health precautions, such as pre-purchased digital tickers, assigned and distanced seating, along with designated eating and drinking areas for indoor events. 

Additionally, indoor events may have fully-vaccinated sections without physical distancing, but still must wear masks. 

The state has administered 23 million COVID-19 doses with 22% of the population being fully vaccinated, with the average number of daily cases around 2,500 statewide. 

See the CDPH Blueprint Here.

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