SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. – Shasta County is now in the red tier of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, according to the state’s website.
The move from purple into the less restrictive red tier, will allow more businesses to reopen. This includes, limited indoor dining, movie theaters, museums, and indoor gyms, with modifications.
Restaurants, movie theaters and museums can open indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is lower, according to public health. Gyms can open at 10% capacity. Retail shops and shopping centers can be open at 50% capacity. Wineries and tasting rooms can still be open outdoors only, and bars, breweries and distilleries that don’t serve food must remain closed.
“Shasta County’s case rate also improved to 10 per 100,000, which allows outdoor high-or moderate-contact youth or adult recreational sports with modifications, in addition to the outdoor low-contact sports that were already allowed,” said Shasta County health officials. “Last week’s change to state guidance allows certain sports to be played when a county’s adjusted case rate is 14 per 100,000 or lower.”
As of the county's most recent COVID-19 update, Shasta County has a total of 10,909 confirmed cases.
View the document below that explains what is allowed in each tier.