UPDATE: Public Health Officials Lift Regional Stay at Home Order for All Regions

Today, the California Department of Public Health ended the Regional Stay at Home Order. Four-week ICU capacity projections are above 15%, the threshold that allows the Southern California region to exit the order.

This action allows counties to return to the rules and framework of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and color-coded tiers that indicate which activities and businesses are open based on local case rates and test positivity. Riverside County remains in the strictest tier (purple),but lifting the stay at home order eases some restrictions. Services and activities, such as outdoor dining and personal services, may resume immediately with required modifications:

  • Hair Salons & Barbershops - Open Indoors with modifications
  • All Retail. Note that standalone grocers continue to operate as before these changes.
    • Max 25% capacity
  • Shopping Centers (Malls, Destination Centers, Swap Meets) - Open Indoors with modifications
    • Max 25% capacity
    • Closed common areas
    • Closed food courts
  • Nail Salons - Open Indoors with modifications
  • Restaurants - Outdoor only with modifications

Visit CA Dept of Public Health and Riverside County Public Health to learn more: www.RivCoBizHelp.org and www.cdph.ca.gov.