California health authorities set new guidelines for collection

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Criteria for public and private gatherings are determined based on county level – and as of April 14, every county is in the red level or better.

SACRAMENTO, Calif .– The California Department of Public Health (CRPD) has released new guidelines on gatherings as the state continues to move in the right direction in the fight against the coronavirus.

Criteria for public and private gatherings are determined based on county level – and as of April 14, every county in the state is at least at the red level or better.

In its new guidance, the CRPD highlighted the following:

(Despite the advice, health officials have made it clear that they always discourage indoor gatherings, regardless of level)

  • Only outdoor gatherings are allowed. The gathering is limited to a maximum of three households. This includes everyone present, including the host and guests.
  • Outdoor gatherings: Maximum of 25 people.
  • For indoor gatherings, a maximum capacity of 25% where capacity limits exist is allowed and up to three households or 10 people.
  • Outdoor gatherings: Maximum of 50 people.
  • For indoor gatherings, a maximum capacity of 25% where capacity limits exist is allowed or 25 people, whichever is less.
  • Outdoor gatherings: Maximum of 100 people.
  • For indoor gatherings, a maximum capacity of 50% where capacity limits exist is allowed or 50 people, whichever is less.

Almost 50% of eligible Californians have been vaccinated so far, with the state having more than 24 million doses administered, according to the latest data from the CRPD. This number represents the sixth highest administered doses of any nation in the world. California currently has the lowest positivity rate in the United States.

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