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Posted on: January 25, 2021

[ARCHIVED] State Ends Regional Stay At Home Order - Tiered System Reinstated

Jan 25 State & County COVID-19 Orders Update

On Monday, January 25, Governor Newsom announced that the State Department of Public Health is ending the Regional Stay Home Order across California as projected ICU availability rose above 15%. The State reinstated its Blueprint for a Safer Economy colored tier system with revised criteria for restrictions on certain activities. Los Angeles County is currently in the Purple Tier, indicating Widespread Risk Level for transmission of the virus. 

In response to the State's action, the County announced that the Health Officer Order issued November 25, 2020 was immediately in effect until a new Order is issued on Friday, January 29. Effective today, the following businesses and activities are allowed to resume operations with appropriate safety requirements and protocols in place:

  • Private gatherings – limited to members of up to three households, with no more than 15 persons, outdoors only
  • Family entertainment centers – outdoor operations at 50% capacity
  • Museums, zoos, aquariums – Outdoor operations
  • Cardrooms – Outdoor operations at 50% capacity
  • Miniature golf, go karts, batting cages – Outdoor operations at 50% capacity 
  • Outdoor recreational activity – Open
  • Hotels, motels – Tourism and individual travel allowed
  • Fitness facilities – Outdoor operations
  • Personal care services – Indoor operations at 25% capacity; all staff and customers must wear a face covering at all times
  • Faith-based services – Outdoors only
  • Indoor malls, shopping center, lower-risk retail – Indoors at 25% capacity; food courts and common areas remain closed

Restaurants will be allowed to reopen for outdoor dining with occupancy limits and safety modifications when a new Health Officer Order is issued on Friday, January 29, which will also include rescinding restrictions on hours of operations for non-essential businesses between 10:00 PM and 5:00 AM.

For further information, visit the State's website at or the Los Angeles County website at

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