FRESNO, California (KSEE/KGPE) — Three Central Valley counties are falling back to the most restrictive tier of California’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” Governor Newsom announced Monday.
Fresno, Merced, and Kings counties have regressed to the “widespread” or purple tier. This category limits retail capacity to 25% and closes food courts in malls. Additionally, the purple tier limits museums, zoos, aquariums, places of worship, movie theaters, and restaurants to outdoor-only operation.
Mariposa County remained in the yellow or least restrictive tier.
Hair salons, barbershops, and personal care services are not affected by the tier shift.For a full breakdown of what each county allows for, go to the state’s COVID-19 website and search for your county.
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