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July 12, 2020 9:25 AM

July 11 - Contra Costa County Rolls Back Some Activities Due to Rise in Cases

Due to a significant increase in community transmission, illness from COVID-19, the rate of occurrence of new cases per day, and hospitalization an amended health order imposes "additional restrictions on certain businesses and activities that were previously cleared for operation because they present a high risk for disease transmission due to the prolonged contact between persons who come together in these businesses and engage in these activities."

Per the County's website, the following summarizes these restrictions:

Restaurants and other food facilities: Specific face covering requirements are imposed at establishments that are open for outdoor dining only. Indoor dining remains prohibited. (See face coverings health order and Appendix C-1 below)

Providers of religious services and cultural ceremonies: Indoor religious services and cultural ceremonies are prohibited. Outdoor religious services and cultural ceremonies may be held in accordance with applicable State guidance.

Protests: Indoor protests are prohibited. Outdoor protests may take place in accordance with applicable State guidance.

Social Bubble gatherings: Persons over 12 are required to wear face coverings, except when eating or drinking, and all gatherings must take place outdoors.

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