Alameda County is rescinding its Shelter-in-Place Order in order to fully align with the State’s Beyond the Blueprint Framework: Health Officer Order 21-01a.
Alameda County: Moving Beyond the Blueprint
On June 15th, the State of California plans to fully reopen the economy. Join us for a public update event to learn about what will change in Alameda County as California lifts restrictions for most businesses and activities. Download Flyer.
Community-Based Beyond the Blueprint Update (June 15th)
This event was for community members to learn what it means for the economy to fully reopen on June 15th.
Download a printable copy of the Beyond the Blueprint Community Update slides:
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Employer-Based Beyond the Blueprint UpdateThis event is for employers and business owners who are interested in learning about Cal/OSHA requirements, workplace safety measure recommendations, and what it means to return to usual operation once the economy fully reopens on June 15th.
Who: Alameda County Employers & Business Owners
When: June 21, 2021, from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Where: Online via Zoom
REGISTER HERE for our Employer-Based Beyond the Blueprint Update
For questions about these upcoming events, please email COVIDrecovery@acgov.org.
CA Beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy
When California fully reopens the economy, the state will move Beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Beginning June 15th, all sectors listed in the current Blueprint Activities and Business Tiers Chart may return to usual operations—with the limited exceptions noted below for Mega Events—based on the following general public health recommendations:
|Restrictions Applying to Indoor & Outdoor Settings|
|Vaccine Verification / Negative Testing||Required for indoor mega events
Recommended for outdoor mega events
|Capacity Limitations||No restrictions|
|Physical Distancing||No restrictions for attendees, customers, and guests|
|Masking||Follow current CDPH Guidance for Face Coverings; CDPH Flyer|
|Travelers||Follow CDC Recommendations & CDPH Flyer|
|Indoor Mega Events||Outdoor Mega Events|
Conventions, Conferences, Expos, Sporting Events, and Concerts/Live Performances
Music/Food Festivals, Car Shows, Marathons and Other Large Endurance Events, Parades, Sporting Events, and Concerts/Live Performances
|Proof of fully vaccinated status or pre-entry negative test result is required of all attendees.||Proof of fully vaccinated status or pre-entry negative test result is strongly recommended for all attendees.
Note: Attendees who do not verify vaccination status should be asked to wear a face mask during their attendance of the event.
|Display vaccination and pre-entry testing requirements (recommendations if outdoors) on all event communications—including the reservation and ticketing systems—to ensure guests are aware of the vaccination and testing criteria. Be sure to also include acceptable modes of vaccination status and pre-entry testing verification.|
|All attendees must follow CDPH Guidance for Face Coverings
CDPH Vaccine Record Guidelines and Standards
When is a mask or face covering still required?
NOT FULLY VACCINATED
|Indoor Public Settings & Businesses||NO||YES|
|Outdoor Public Settings & Businesses||NO||NO|
|Public Transit Vehicles & Hubs*||YES||YES|
|Schools & Other Youth Congregate Settings||YES||YES|
|Health Care/Long-Term Care Facilities||YES||YES|
Note: Employees are subject to the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS).
For more information, see California Department of Public Health: Beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
For information about traveling during the COVID-19 global pandemic, visit the CDC's website & CDPH Guidance for Face Coverings