This week, the California Department of Public Health moved Contra Costa County back to the “substantial” (red) tier of its Blueprint for a Safer Economy, restoring more safety requirements to slow the virus and save lives.
Effective Friday, Nov. 13, most businesses that were allowed to operate indoors, are now required to reduce occupancy.
Retail stores that operate indoors must scale back their maximum occupancy to 50% or 100 people, whichever is lower. Indoor family entertainment centers, such as bowling alleys, must close indoor operations. Amusement parks cannot operate and most live outdoor theatrical, musical or artistic performances are prohibited.
– Suzette Reynoso, City of Pittsburg, CA