CALIFORNIA – Several North State counties are moving into less restrictive tiers, according to the California Department of Public Health.
Specifically in the North State, Butte, Modoc and Colusa counties will move into the orange tier. Glenn and Yuba counties will be moving from the most restrictive purple tier and into the red tier.
The tier changes take effect at midnight on Wednesday, March 31.
Moving into the orange tier will allow more businesses to reopen and some that are already open to increase capacity.
Overall, Fresno, Glenn, Kings, Madera and Yuba counties went from the most restrictive tier to the less restrivtive red tier. Eight counties across the state also joined the orange tier: Alameda, Butte, Colusa, Los Angeles, Modoc, Orange, Santa Cruz and Tuolumne.
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