The Regional Stay Home Order was lifted on January 25, 2021, as projected ICU availability over 4 weeks in all regions rose to over 15%. Once a region exits the Regional Stay Home Order, counties within that region return to the appropriate tier and rules under the Blueprint for a Safer Economy.

Los Angeles County is moving quickly to align its Health Officer Order with the guidance issued by the state of California and key sectors will be able to reopen immediately.

By Friday, January 29, 2021, Los Angeles County anticipates the reopening of additional key sectors—including outdoor restaurant dining —with additional safeguards in place to protect employee and customer safety as we continue to experience high caseloads and transmission rates. Until Friday, the County will be operating under the Health Officer order of November 25, 2020.

What is allowed today:

  • Private gatherings (Limited to 3 households & total of 15 persons; outdoors only)
  • Family Entertainment Center (Outdoor only at 50% capacity)
  • Museums, zoos, aquariums (Outdoor only)
  • Cardrooms Outdoor (Outdoor only at 50% capacity)
  • Miniature golf, go-karts, batting cages (Outdoor only at 50% capacity)
  • Outdoor recreational activity (Outdoor only)
  • Hotels, Motels Tourism, and individual travel
  • Fitness facilities (Outdoor only)
  • Personal care (25% indoor capacity)
  • Indoor mall, shopping center, lower-risk retail (25% indoor capacity)

Restrictions Remaining in Effect Until January 29th

  • Restaurants, wineries & breweries Take-out only, no outdoor dining
  • Restricted hours Non-essential businesses closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

For more information, please visit the Los Angeles County COVID-19 information site.

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Know how to keep yourself and others safe as LA County begins to reopen - lives depend on our choices and actions to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Go HERE for information regarding the phased approach to reopening LA County Safely.

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