California health officials have given a reopening update today, announcing that the state has met health metrics to fully reopen as planned on June 15. You can listen to the announcements through ABC7’s website.
- California health officials have announced that the state has met metrics to fully reopen on June 15 as previously planned.
- With the announcement, California will be able to fully reopen with no capacity limitations, no physical distancing, and travel restrictions lifted.
- Masks will continue to follow CDC guidelines for various settings.
- Traveling to the state will be aligned with CDC guidelines, where various parts of the world may be restricted based on outbreaks if necessary.
- A vaccine passport system will not be required at this time.
- California health officials are recommending that outdoor events with 10k or more have a verification system for vaccinations/negative tests or give people the option to wear masks who are not vaccinated or do not show a negative COVID-19 test.
- Health officials are requiring that indoor venues with 5k or more have a verification system and that those who are not vaccinated or do not show a negative COVID-19 test do not enter the venue.
California health officials will continue to monitor variants and infection rates after June 15 for any changes that may need to happen.