Safe Reopening

 

California fully reopened the economy on June 15, 2021. 

Businesses and activities can return to normal, except for “Mega Events.” Capacity limits and social distancing requirements end in most cases. Face coverings will continue to be required in some settings. 

 

Mega Events 

Mega Events have large crowds: more than 5,000 people indoors or 10,000 outdoors. Events must follow guidance below from the California Department of Public Health. See full CDPH guidance

 

For Indoor Mega Events

(example: conventions/conferences/expos/sporting events and concerts): 

  • Verification of fully vaccinated status or pre-entry negative test result is required of all attendees. 
  • Information will be prominently placed on all communications, including the reservation and ticketing systems, to ensure guests are aware of testing and vaccination requirements (including acceptable modes of verification). 
  • Attendees must follow CDPH Guidance for Face Coverings

 

For Outdoor Mega Events

(example: music or food festivals/car shows/large endurance events and marathons/parades/sporting events and concerts): 

  • Verification of fully vaccinated status or pre-entry negative test result is strongly recommended for all attendees. 
  • Attendees who do not verify vaccination status should be asked to wear face coverings.  Attendees must follow CDPH Guidance for Face Coverings.  
  • Information will be prominently placed on all communications, including the reservation and ticketing systems, to ensure guests are aware that the State strongly recommends  that they be fully vaccinated, obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to attending the event, or wear a face covering.  
  • Venues are required to make available masks for all attendees.