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Trinity County moves into state’s less restrictive orange tier

Trinity County is moving into a less restrictive tier of the state's Covid-19 blueprint for a safer economy, public health announced Tuesday afternoon.

Posted: Feb 2, 2021 12:12 PM
Updated: Feb 2, 2021 3:13 PM

WEAVERVILLE, Calif. – Trinity County has moved from the red tier to the less-restrictive orange tier of the State’s COVID-19 Blueprint for a Safer Economy, according to the state's website.

This shift to the orange tier allows more businesses to reopen and some that are already open to increase capacity.

The data requirements to qualify for the orange tier include a case rate of 1-3.9 cases per 100,000 residents with a test positivity rate of 2 – 4.9% or less and 2.2 – 5.2% health equity metric.

The orange tier will allow for Bars, breweries, and distilleries may open outdoors with modifications. Offices to be open indoors with modifications, but still, encourage telework. Cardrooms and Satellite Wagering can open indoors with modification, max 25% capacity.

View the PDF below to understand what is allowed in each tier of the State's COVID-19 Blueprint for a Safer Economy:

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A significant weather system will impact our area beginning late tonight, lasting through the day on Monday. This includes a large amount of snow for the mountains, with rain and wind for the valley and foothills. A steady rain will begin to move into our area around 1am Sunday.
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