COVID: Bay Area Counties Move To Red Tier Easing Restrictions On Businesses, Public And Private GatheringsAt the stroke of midnight on Wednesday, San Mateo and Marin counties moved from the purple tier to the red tier, easing COVID-19 restrictions for businesses and individuals.
COVID Reopening: Marin and San Mateo Counties Move into Red Tier; San Francisco Still in PurpleThe California Department of Public Health updated the state's COVID-19 tier map Tuesday, showing that both Marin and San Mateo counties had moved into the less restrictive red tier.
COVID: Restaurants, Gyms Getting Ready For Red Tier Status In San Mateo CountyInside Burlingame's Sapore Italiano, dinner preps were underway on Monday, with the possibility of serving to a much larger crowd on the horizon.
COVID Reopening: Santa Clara County Business Owners Anxiously Wait As Neighbors Look To Enter Red TierOwners of restaurants and other businesses in Santa Clara County are eyeing the progress other neighboring counties are making towards reopening and wondering when it will be their chance to enter the state's COVID-19 Red Tier.
COVID Reopenings: 3 Bay Area Counties Could Move To Red Tier Next WeekGovernor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday said California is in a very different place in regards to COVID than it was just one month ago because of residents working hard and following safety protocols like wearing masks.
COVID Crackdown: CA Health Officials Urge Families To Reconsider Travel, Large Gatherings ThanksgivingA surge in coronavirus cases has prompted a crackdown in California just a week before the Thanksgiving break, a time when many had planned to travel and celebrate with family and friends.
COVID: San Mateo County Adds Restrictions In Return To Red Tier, Keeps Indoor Dining OpenHealth officials in San Mateo County announced new COVID-19 rollbacks Monday, as the county was shifted back to the more restrictive Red Tier with cases rising throughout California.
COVID Update: Alameda County Officials Announce Reopening Pause, Possible Move Back To Red TierWhile Alameda County remains in the Orange Tier of the state's COVID-19 risk assessment, health officials on Thursday announced a pause to any reopening due to the recent spike in cases that will likely place the county back at the Red Tier.
Increase In COVID-19 Cases Sends Contra Costa County Back To Red TierContra Costa County says COVID-19 cases are rapidly spreading. Health officials announced Tuesday the county is rolling back to the red tier.
COVID-19 Reopening: More Indoor Business Allowed In Contra Costa; In-Person Instruction At Schools Could Start Oct. 13More indoor businesses, including movie theaters, gyms and restaurant dining rooms, as well as school will soon be able to reopen as Contra Costa County on Tuesday moved into the red tier of the state's COVID-19 monitoring guidelines.
Indoor Nail Salons Get Cautious Green Light To Reopen In Alameda CountyIn response to the State's green light, Alameda County is moving ahead cautiously and allowing indoor nail salons to reopen.
Alameda, San Mateo Co. Move To Red Tier But Not All Gyms, Movie Theatres, Churches Can ReopenAlameda and San Mateo counties, on Tuesday, learned they were upgraded into the state's less restrictive, red tier, but only one of those counties decided to loosen its grip on businesses.
COVID Reopening: Contra Costa County Could Move To Red Tier Next WeekMore indoor businesses, including movie theaters, gyms and restaurant dining rooms, may be able to reopen in Contra Costa County as soon as next week, should COVID-19 case trends continue, the county's health officer said Tuesday.
COVID Reopening: Alameda, San Mateo And Solano Counties Move To Red Tier; All Nail Salons Cleared To ReopenA number of Bay Area counties were able to move from the Purple or Widespread Tier of California's monitoring guidelines to the Red or Substantial Tier, according to health officials.
Frustrated Business Owners Want Santa Clara County To Follow State's 'Red Tier' Reopening GuidelinesA group of business owners and at least a half dozen chambers of commerce across Santa Clara County are coming together to urge county leaders to relax COVID-19 restrictions.