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Gov. Gavin Newsom confirms stay-at-home order is being lifted for Greater Sacramento region

Gov. Gavin Newsom confirms the regional stay-at-home order is being lifted for the greater Sacramento region, which includes Butte County.

Posted: Jan 12, 2021 2:32 PM
Updated: Jan 13, 2021 12:14 AM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. – Gov. Gavin Newsom confirmed in a Twitter video the regional stay-at-home order is being lifted for the Greater Sacramento Region, which includes Butte County. The order is being lifted effective immediately.

As of Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, The Greater Sacramento Region that includes Butte County, ICU bed capacity four-week projection has exceeded 15%, therefore ending the Regional Stay at Home Order (RHSO).

The regional stay-at-home order was issued on Dec. 10, 2020, and was originally planned for 21 days. After the 21 days passed the region’s four-week ICU bed capacity was projected regularly.

This means the counties that were in the Greater Sacramento Region are now back into the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The color-coded four-tier system determines which businesses and activities may be open. These are based on the case rate and test positivity rate. Click here to view the guidelines for the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. 

Butte County is in the Purple Tier (Widespread or Tier 1). This is the most restrictive tier and requires most businesses and activities to adjust to outdoors only. Restaurants can open outdoor dining again for the first time since December 10th, 2020. Barbershops, nail salons, and hair salons can also open up indoors at a limited capacity.

The State’s limited stay-at-home order (LSAHO) is also still in place for all Counties in the Purple Tier. The curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. is still in effect for all people in the Purple Tier, with few exceptions. The LSAHP will stay in place until the RSAHO has been taken off of all regions of the state.

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 3554629

Reported Deaths: 51395
CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles118754221106
Riverside2891853749
San Bernardino2853342673
Orange2603483889
San Diego2589823260
Santa Clara1098411765
Kern102627811
Fresno947941412
Sacramento929441464
Alameda800881224
Ventura77238834
San Joaquin665691082
Contra Costa62164674
Stanislaus55775944
Tulare47784746
Monterey42138327
San Mateo38763515
San Francisco34061398
Santa Barbara31763407
Solano29968164
Merced28915395
Sonoma27954298
Imperial26843589
Kings21951218
Placer19713231
San Luis Obispo19612227
Madera15390209
Santa Cruz14588183
Marin13136197
Yolo12760185
Shasta10944174
Butte10915160
El Dorado9095100
Napa897668
Sutter884597
San Benito574359
Yuba573336
Lassen560119
Tehama508152
Tuolumne394659
Nevada393274
Mendocino379643
Amador344441
Humboldt316033
Lake313440
Glenn221023
Colusa212813
Calaveras190547
Siskiyou174014
Inyo128736
Mono12114
Del Norte9875
Plumas6536
Modoc4524
Mariposa3947
Trinity3675
Sierra990
Alpine810
Unassigned00
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It was a bright and breezy Friday for northern California, however the wind has been much stronger over Modoc County where a High Wind Warning is in effect through this evening. Stronger wind and cooler air will define our weather Saturday.
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