COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus) Updates

On June 15, 2021, the State of California moved “beyond the blueprint,” lifting COVID-19 restrictions on almost all businesses and ending the color-coded Blueprint for a Safer Economy tier system.  

The California Department of Public Health also lifted its masking and social distancing mandate for those who are vaccinated in almost all settings.

Masks are still required for:

  • Unvaccinated individuals in indoor public settings.
  • Anyone (vaccinated or not) visiting indoor K-12 schools* or indoor childcare settings, healthcare facilities, homeless shelters, emergency centers (like cooling centers), and on public transit. 

With the State and County restrictions lifting, restaurants, shopping malls, movie theaters, and other places will be open as normal with no capacity limits, face coverings, or social distancing required for patrons. Visit Sacramento County’s Website for up-to-date COVID-19 health information, including ongoing monitoring of reported cases, information about vaccines and rapid antigen testing information for those who need immediate COVID-19 test results.

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Please note that daily count numbers come from the Sacramento County Public Health Department, and are based on confirmed cases that the County has tracked. Sacramento County Public Health has a COVID-19 hotline available to Sacramento County residents: 916.875.2400. The hotline assists with general questions, referrals for frequently asked questions, specimen (testing) collection appointments, guidance on whether a business is essential or non-essential, and more. For a statewide perspective, visit the California’s COVID-19 Coronavirus Response website.