COVID-19 guidelines in Sacramento are confusing to some people. Here are the answers to the most common questions to help with the confusion.
Q: What is Sacramento’s reopening plan?
California uses a county-by-county Sacramento is in stage monitoring and reopening system to determine which areas can reopen and at what capacity. These regulations change by the infection rate. Currently, Sacramento is in tier one for substantial spread, which allows for some non-essential indoor business operations to close. They update the assignments every Tuesday.
Q: Is it mandatory to wear a mask in Sacramento during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Yes. Sacramento is requiring all people to wear face coverings in public locations and in areas outside where social distancing isn’t possible. Students must wear a mask during class, too. All persons should keep a face covering on while waiting in line to enter an indoor location and using public transportation. Children two and under are exempt from wearing a mask.
Q: Are restaurants open in Sacramento?
It allows eating establishments to open at 25% capacity or with less than 100 people in Sacramento. They require employees to wear face coverings. Patrons must use a mask when they’re not eating or drinking. All dining locations must maintain physical distancing regulations and follow a strict disinfection protocol that includes cleaning and sanitizing between customers and at the close of business. These restrictions may change as cold weather persists, but current guidelines must follow the state’s monitoring system.
Q: Are gyms open in Sacramento?
Fitness centers, gyms, and climbing walls are open with a 10% capacity in Sacramento. Employees must follow thorough cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing procedures. Members should clean machines and equipment between each use and wash their hands regularly. They require face coverings for employees and members.
Q: What businesses and services are open in Sacramento?
They allow all businesses and service providers to operate in Sacramento with limited capacity. The limits vary by the state’s monitoring system.
Q: What does Sacramento define as “essential business” during COVID?
Sacramento considers essential businesses include:
- Grocery stores
- Gas stations
- Doctor’s and dentist’s offices
- Veterinarians and pet care facilities
- Outdoor recreational activities that promote safe distancing
- Funeral home providers
- Real estate and rental companies
Q: Are large gatherings allowed in Sacramento?
No. Under Sacramento’s COVID-19 restrictions, large gatherings are banned. Private events at individual’s homes are limited to three nonrelatives from different households. The state health department is encouraging people at these gatherings to maintain six feet distance and wear a face-covering unless they’re eating or drinking.
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