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Starting at 12:01 a.m. on November 18 previously open sectors and activities are restricted to State’s Purple Tier allowances and restrictions
iven recent increases in the COVID-19 case rate in Alameda County, and the rise in cases across the Bay Area and the state, we have temporarily paused plans to open additional activities.
The recommendations cover gatherings and travel, with recommended steps to reduce risk.
Starting the week of November 9, middle and high schools (7-12 grades) that complete a COVID-19 health and safety reopening plan will be permitted to open if ready.
Alameda County is in the Orange (Moderate) Tier on the State's color-coded Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
Alameda County Permits New Indoor Activities as Case Rates, Testing Positivity and Hospitalizations Remain Stable
Alameda County Permits New Indoor Activities as Case Rates, Testing Positivity and Hospitalizations Remain Stable. The following activities may start as soon as Friday, October 23.
Visual and preforming arts organizations and artists can safely engage residents in locally permitted activities by using local and state guidance to put procedures in place that limit the risk of spreading COVID- 19.
The state announced that Alameda County is in the Orange Tier of the color-coded four-tier Blueprint for a Safer Economy because it has met the State’s metrics for the Tier for at least two weeks.
Alameda County Meets New Equity Metric, Allows Elementary Schools to Open if Ready, and Phases in Some Indoor Activities
This new metric is in addition to the overall testing positivity rate and case rate requirements within the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy and will go into effect on October 6.