Santa Clara County Moves to Purple Tier (Most Restrictive)

From Santa Clara County Dept. of Public Health Emergency Operations Center:

“On November 16, 2020, the State moved the County of Santa Clara into the Purple Tier (Tier One), the most restrictive tier in the State’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy.”  The changes are effective at 12:01 am on November 17, 2020.  Under the Purple Tier, the following businesses and activities are prohibited from operating indoors: dining, gatherings (including movie showings, political events, weddings, funerals, and places of worship), gyms and fitness facilities, family entertainment centers, cardrooms, museums, zoos, and aquariums.  These businesses and activities may proceed outdoors only.

The County’s new Mandatory Directive on Capacity Limitations  describe the additional capacity limitations for businesses, entities, and activities under the Purple Tier.

As always, Santa Clara County residents and businesses must follow both the State and County Health Officer Orders, and where there is a conflict between the two, the stricter Order must be followed.”

The following documents can be reviewed for further information on the Revised Order.

The following documents are the Mandatory Health Officer Directives that specify requirements for businesses and activities: 

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