On March 15th the Department of Public Health announced changes to Los Angeles County’s new restrictions during COVID-19:
Restaurants are allowed to open for al fresco dining at 50% capacity and indoor dining at 25% capacity. Restaurants may seat parties of up to six guests. There are no restrictions on hours of operation. Guests no longer have to order a meal to consume alcohol on-premises.
Breweries and wineries may open at 50% capacity for al fresco dining and 25% capacity for indoor dining. Breweries and wineries may seat parties of up to 6 guests. Breweries and wineries may operate from 11:30 AM to Midnight. All guests must order a bona fide meal.
Bars are not permitted to open at this time. Bars will be eligible to reopen for al fresco service in the orange tier.
Retail stores and personal care services can open for 50% capacity. Masks must be worn at all times.
Gym, fitness centers, and yoga & dance studios may open at 10% capacity. Masks must be worn at all times.
Zoos, libraries, and aquariums may open at 25% capacity.
Movie theaters may open at 25% capacity. All groups must be seated at least six feet away from the nearest group.
Indoor shopping malls may reopen at 50% capacity. All common areas must remain closed. Food courts may reopen at 25% capacity.
Schools are permitted to reopen for grades 7-12 while adhering to all county and state health directives.
Private gatherings of up to three households are permitted with masks and social distancing at all times.
Vaccinated people may gather indoors.
Non-vaccinated people must gather outdoors.