Indoor Dining Resumes; O.C. Moves To Red Tier

Indoor Dining Resumes; O.C. Moves To Red Tier
Photograph by Emily J. Davis

With over 2 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines distributed to Californians in critical communities, indoor dining and places such as movie theaters and those of worship are allowed to open indoors at 25 percent capacity starting March 14. Retail shops and malls will also be able to expand capacity to 50 percent. 

Under the red tier, gyms and fitness centers can open indoors at 10 percent capacity. Also, breweries, wineries, and distilleries that do not serve food can open outdoors only with modifications (reservations, a 90-minute time limit, seating, and limited hours) starting Saturday, March 13.

Starting April 1, amusement parks will be able to reopen at 15 percent capacity for in-state visitors. Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm both have plans to reopen this spring.

Head to covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy for the latest updates or refer to this chart which breaks down what’s allowed under every tier.

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