TEHAMA COUNTY, Calif. - Tuesday Tehama County saw over 100 new coronaviruses cases and two new deaths.
Action News Now reporter Kristian Lopez went Los Molinos to see how people in the community are coping with the surge.
"Owners and employees don't care if you have a mask on or not, and people in general don't care if they have masks or not," said one man, who did not want to share his name. "A lot less mask wearing, a lot less, not a lot of enforcement for it either."
Some community members in Los Molinos don't think enough is being done when it comes to enforcing the regulations.
Gary Shumlai, who lives in the county says, "In these rural areas, there are not as many people wearing masks as they should."
This being a reason some give on why they don’t go outside much.
"I try to stay inside most of the time," said Sheryl Dalmolin, from Los Molinos.
Some local business owners say they are barely hanging on.
"I'm a small business owner and I'm just trying to survive. It's hard right now," said local arcade owner, Jeffrey Southard.
He opened the business a month before the coronavirus hit. Southard said it was cheaper for him to shut the doors at that point.
"I just hope people realize how serious this is," added Sheryl Dalmolin.
Some businesses in the town are still choosing to operate indoors despite being in the purple, most restrictive tier.