For a list of what businesses are allowed to be open under the Safer Economy plan for California and the appropriate guidance please click the link below.
Just type in Lassen in the "County" box and select "Get Latest Status"
Click the link below if you would like to view the status of Lassen County under California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
CDPH released their Plan for Reducing COVID-19 and Adjusting Permitted Sector Activities to Keep California's Healthy and Safe. For more information, please visit the link below.
Activities and businesses that have a lower risk of spreading COVID-19 are allowed to open sooner. Higher-risk activities or businesses aren’t allowed until later tiers. An activity or business’s tier depends on whether it can:
As of August 31, 2020, counties in the Widespread (purple) tier may open some businesses and activities with modifications, including all retail, shopping centers at maximum 25% capacity, and hair salons and barbershops indoors.
The Blueprint for a Safer Economy replaces the County Data Monitoring List for determining what business can and cannot open.
So why change? We learned a lot over the first several months of the pandemic about COVID-19 and how it spreads. For example, we know how much safer outdoor activities are than indoor ones and that it’s critical everyone wears a mask to limit the spread of the disease. This blueprint incorporates what we’ve learned.
The Blueprint for a Safer Economy is the next evolution of our response. We’ve revised the criteria and the time between changing tiers. We’ve made it easy for counties to see how changes affect the disease’s trajectory and for businesses and customers to plan ahead. And we’ve given Californians one place to look up whether a business or activity is allowed near them.
If a county’s case rate and positivity rate fall into different tiers, the county remains in the stricter tier.
Schools in the Widespread (purple) tier aren’t permitted to reopen for in-person instruction, unless they receive a waiver from their local health department for TK-6 grades.
Schools can reopen for in-person instruction once their county has been in the Substantial (red) tier for at least two weeks. Schools must follow these guidelines when they reopen or if they have to close again.
The Lassen County Public Health Officer, Dr. Kenneth Korver, sent a letter to the Governor and the State Public Health Officer requesting the approval of the Lassen County Roadmap to Recovery. Below is the Roadmap to Recover. If it is approved, we are ready to swiftly implement the plan.
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