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Which California counties are reopening?

California's reopening has rolled back, with renewed statewide restrictions on indoor dining and bars, movie theaters, zoos and museums. Much of the state is now caught between the second and third phases of Gov. Gavin Newsom's reopening plan.

Some counties are charting their own path to reopening independent of the state's guidelines. But Newsom is using new state rules to prevent most California public and private school campuses from reopening this fall. As counties open up, we'll be tracking their progress here.

California’s roadmap for reopening

Stage 1

March 19 - May 7

Strictest restrictions in place.

Stage 2

Began May 8

Lower-risk businesses can reopen with social distancing guidelines.

Advanced Stage 2:

Retail and dine-in restaurants are reopened with social distancing guidelines

Stage 3

Began June 12

Higher-risk businesses and venues (such as movie theaters and gyms) can reopen with social distancing guidelines.

Stage 4

No date set

Concerts, conventions and sports with a live crowd can reopen.

Reopenings across the state

County governments have begun to ease rules restricting a wide range of activities and businesses. Here is what's open, and where:

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Restrictions by category

The governor has issued statewide orders closing state parks and is requiring people to wear face coverings in public.

Closed or ordered Limited or restricted Open

Face coverings

State guidance requires people to wear face coverings in public and essential businesses.

Large gatherings

Large public gatherings like concerts and live sporting events are prohibited. Members of the same household are allowed to congregate.

Nonessential retail

Most counties have closed shopping malls and reopened retail stores with restrictions.

Restaurants

Newsom has ordered all counties to close indoor dining.

Bars

All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms are closed.

Gyms

Newsom has ordered more than 25 counties, including Los Angeles to close their gyms and fitness centers.

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What's reopened in your county?

Closed, banned or required Limited or restricted Open

Alameda County

1.6 million residents 11,524 cases 189 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Protests of up to 100 people are allowed and small outdoor social gatherings up to 12 people allowed

Alpine County

1,146 residents 2 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Hotels reopened

Parks: Most campgrounds reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Amador County

37,829 residents 126 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, tribal casinos and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Butte County

227,075 residents 941 cases 7 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Calaveras County

45,235 residents 125 cases 1 death

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, drive-in movie theaters, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Colusa County

21,464 residents 323 cases 4 deaths

County order: Moving ahead of state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. No shopping malls in this county

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: No prohibitions on public gatherings

Contra Costa County

1.1 million residents 7,966 cases 125 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Drive-in movie theaters, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Protests of up to 100 people are allowed and small outdoor social gatherings up to 12 people allowed

Del Norte County

27,424 residents 88 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: Bars, wineries and breweries closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

El Dorado County

186,661 residents 637 cases 1 death

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, hair salons, barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

Fresno County

978,130 residents 15,083 cases 138 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Glenn County

27,897 residents 325 cases 1 death

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Humboldt County

135,768 residents 233 cases 4 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household. Funerals are allowed with ten people

Imperial County

180,216 residents 9,409 cases 220 deaths

County order: Stay at home order in place until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Open for curbside pick-up only

Restaurants: Delivery/takeout only

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, tribal casinos and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: County parks closed

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Inyo County

18,085 residents 61 cases 1 death

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Kern County

883,053 residents 20,545 cases 144 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and trails reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Kings County

150,075 residents 4,453 cases 56 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Lake County

64,148 residents 195 cases 1 death

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, drive-in movie theaters, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Small outdoor ceremonies or outdoor religious gatherings allowed in groups no larger than 25

Gatherings: Protests, cultural ceremonies and faith-based gatherings of up to 100 people or 25% capacity, whichever is lower, are allowed

Lassen County

31,185 residents 598 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Los Angeles County

10.1 million residents 192,177 cases 4,693 deaths

County order: Safer at home order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, hotels, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

Madera County

155,013 residents 1,943 cases 30 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. No shopping malls in this county

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Marin County

260,295 residents 5,092 cases 70 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Protests of up to 100 people are allowed and small outdoor social gatherings up to 12 people allowed

Mariposa County

17,540 residents 57 cases 2 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All social gatherings of more than ten persons occurring outside a single household are prohibited

Mendocino County

87,422 residents 322 cases 9 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming and hotels reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Merced County

269,075 residents 4,285 cases 50 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All social gatherings of more than ten persons occurring outside a single household are prohibited

Modoc County

8,938 residents 2 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: No guidance provided yet

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Mono County

14,174 residents 145 cases 1 death

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Monterey County

433,212 residents 4,822 cases 30 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and trails reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household indoors. Outdoor gatherings, such as weddings, funerals and family gatherings can have a maximum of ten people with strict social distancing

Napa County

140,530 residents 888 cases 8 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household. Funerals are allowed with ten people

Nevada County

99,092 residents 299 cases 1 death

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

Orange County

3.2 million residents 37,391 cases 651 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and campgrounds reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Placer County

380,077 residents 1,925 cases 16 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

Plumas County

18,699 residents 33 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Riverside County

2.4 million residents 37,011 cases 695 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Sacramento County

1.5 million residents 10,067 cases 142 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

San Benito County

59,416 residents 647 cases 4 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All social gatherings of more than ten persons occurring outside a single household are prohibited

San Bernardino County

2.1 million residents 32,980 cases 417 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and trails reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

San Diego County

3.3 million residents 29,883 cases 565 deaths

County order: Stay at home order in place until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

San Francisco County

870,044 residents 6,811 cases 61 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Drive-in movie theaters, golf courses, landscape gardening, car washes, pet grooming and professional sports without audiences reopened

Parks: Most county parks and trails reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: No guidance provided yet

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

San Joaquin County

732,212 residents 11,483 cases 168 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

San Luis Obispo County

281,455 residents 1,783 cases 15 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All public and private gatherings must not exceed 10 people

San Mateo County

765,935 residents 5,544 cases 119 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and trails reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All public and private gatherings must not exceed 50 people. Protests of up to 100 people are allowed

Santa Barbara County

443,738 residents 6,167 cases 60 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Santa Clara County

1.9 million residents 10,626 cases 191 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and trails reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Santa Cruz County

273,765 residents 1,152 cases 4 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and trails reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

Shasta County

179,085 residents 369 cases 9 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: Protests, cultural ceremonies and faith-based gatherings of up to 100 people or 25% capacity, whichever is lower, are allowed

Sierra County

2,930 residents 2 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, trails, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Siskiyou County

43,540 residents 73 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: Protests, cultural ceremonies and faith-based gatherings of up to 100 people or 25% capacity, whichever is lower, are allowed

Solano County

438,530 residents 3,611 cases 37 deaths

County order: Shelter in place order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

Sonoma County

501,317 residents 3,113 cases 39 deaths

County order: Stay well order until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and campgrounds reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Protests, cultural ceremonies and faith-based gatherings of up to 100 people or 25% capacity, whichever is lower, are allowed

Stanislaus County

539,301 residents 9,221 cases 112 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Only allowed with members of your household

Sutter County

95,872 residents 797 cases 6 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Drive-in movie theaters, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and trails reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited. Funerals are allowed with ten people

Tehama County

63,373 residents 234 cases 1 death

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and trails reopened

Schools: School districts allowed to reopen following state guidelines

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Trinity County

12,862 residents 5 cases 0 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, drive-in movie theaters, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Tulare County

460,477 residents 9,454 cases 178 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited

Tuolumne County

53,932 residents 141 cases 2 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers and shopping malls reopened with modifications

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Gyms, golf courses, landscape gardening, hair salons, barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, professional sports without audiences and nail salons reopened

Parks: Most campgrounds reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: Some houses of worship reopened at reduced capacity

Gatherings: Protests, cultural ceremonies and faith-based gatherings of up to 100 people or 25% capacity, whichever is lower, are allowed

Ventura County

848,112 residents 7,344 cases 76 deaths

County order: Stay at home order in place until further notice

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks, campgrounds and RV parks reopened

Beaches: Open with modifications

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited. Funerals are allowed with ten people

Yolo County

214,977 residents 1,572 cases 42 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: Protests, cultural ceremonies and faith-based gatherings of up to 100 people or 25% capacity, whichever is lower, are allowed

Yuba County

75,493 residents 501 cases 4 deaths

County order: Following state order

Face coverings: Following statewide order which requires people to wear face coverings in public place and at essential businesses

Essential retail: Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and post offices, etc. are open

Retail: Retailers reopened with modifications. Shopping malls closed

Restaurants: Indoor dine-in closed, but outdoor dining open and delivery/takeout allowed

Bars: All bars, breweries and pubs closed, unless they offer sit-down outdoor dining. Indoor wineries and tasting rooms closed

Lifestyle: Drive-in movie theaters, golf courses, landscape gardening, pools, outdoor hair salons, outdoor barbershops, tanning facilities, car washes, pet grooming, hotels, tribal casinos, professional sports without audiences and outdoor nail salons reopened

Parks: Most county parks and trails reopened

Schools: Most K-12 schools are distance learning

Government: Open only for essential functions

Houses of worship: All houses of worship closed indoors

Gatherings: All nonessential public gatherings are prohibited. Funerals are allowed with ten people