Starting April 1, California authorities will allow you to participate in major league baseball games and other sporting events, go to Disneyland, and watch live performances with a limited number of people.
Dr. Mark Garry, California’s chief public health official, said the state is currently acting as the number of people receiving the vaccine is increasing, while the rate of new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations is declining. He said he was doing it.
“Today’s announcement incorporates some of the compelling science of how viruses behave and how activities can reduce risk if done in a particular way. It’s focused, “Ghaly said.
The Friday announcement is only relevant for outdoor activities. Participation in indoor events such as NBA games and concerts remains prohibited. It’s “much harder” to come up with rules for indoor events, said D.D. Myers, senior adviser to the governor and director of the governor’s Department of Business and Economic Development.
“We will continue to work on this, and we will come back over the next few weeks to update it to provide more visibility and progress to more businesses,” says Myers.
California classifies counties according to four color-coded layers based on the spread of the virus. The purple layer is the most restrictive, followed by red, orange, and yellow. Attendance restrictions are based on which tier the county is in.
The theme park can be opened to the red layer with 15% capacity and only people living in California can buy tickets. Attendance restrictions increase to 25% for the orange layer and 35% for the yellow layer. Indoor rides are allowed because they are short and allow for proper spacing.
Outdoor sports are limited to 100 people in the purple layer. These limits increase to 20% for the red layer, 33% for the orange layer, and 67% for the yellow layer.
Teams can sell tickets locally in the purple layer and state-wide in other layers. Concessions are not allowed in the purple layer. At other levels, concessions are limited to in-seat purchases.
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