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The following press release was issued by Yolo County. The City of Woodland is posting that same press release.
(Woodland, CA) – On January 12, the State of California announced that the Regional Stay Home Order for the Greater Sacramento Region was lifted effective immediately, after meeting projections of ICU capacity of at least 15%. As a result of this State announcement, Yolo County is returning to the most restrictive, or purple, tier based on metrics from the State’s Blueprint of a Safer Economy. Yolo County will remain in the purple tier until at least January 26 and won’t be able to move to the substantial, or red, tier until meeting the red tier’s metrics for two consecutive weeks.
The return to the purple tier allows many local businesses to either increase capacity or resume operations. Effective January 12, the following restrictions apply while Yolo County is in the purple tier:
Any schools that have already been allowed to reopen for in-person or hybrid learning previously may remain open. Schools that have not yet opened will need to receive a waiver to reopen under the purple tier or wait until Yolo County moves back into the red tier.
To see a complete list of which activities and businesses are open in the four tiers, visit the CDPH ‘Activity and Business Tier’ document. To see specific industry guidance, visit the State’s guidance page.
To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, residents are advised to follow these health practices:
For more information on the vaccine, distribution and when you may be receiving it, please visit our COVID-19 Vaccine Page. The webpage will be updates as new information is made available. For additional information about the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, visit: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy. For more information about Yolo County’s Roadmap to Recovery and see which businesses are currently open, visit: www.yolocounty.org/coronavirus-roadmap. Residents can call Yolo 2-1-1 for resource information.
City of Woodland Contact: Jennifer Robinson (530) 661-5800