TRINITY COUNTY, Calif. – Trinity County is moving back to a more restrictive tier after an increase in COVID-19 case and test positivity rates, according to public health.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) conducts weekly assessment of county case and test positivity trends, if a county's adjusted case rate and/or test positivity rate falls within the more restrictive tier for two consecutive weekly periods, that county must revert to the more restrictive tier.
Trinity County was in the orange tier but will now be in the red tier of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The county must revert to the more restrictive tier on Wednesday, Feb. 24.
View details on what is allowed in each tier below.