Published on January 26, 2021
The State of California announced the lifting of its Regional Stay at Home Order for all regions statewide, including all counties in the Bay Area. Effective January 25, 2021, Santa Clara County has returned to the Purple Tier of the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, with some additional local restrictions remaining in place. Outdoor dining, personal care services, and professional, collegiate, and adult and youth sports may all resume as of today’s announcement. Outdoor gatherings with up to three households are now allowed for any purpose. The County’s mandatory travel quarantine remains in place, requiring a 10-day quarantine for most people who travel into the county from more than 150 miles away. Businesses and individuals must continue to follow both the State and County Health Officer orders, and where there is a conflict between the two, the stricter rules must be followed. Go here for the full announcement from the Santa Clara County Department of Public Health, which includes which key rules remain in effect for businesses.
Please visit the Santa Clara County Public Health Department’s webpage for revised mandatory directives. These following changes are effective as of January 25, 2021:
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