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Alabama, Jefferson County
California, Alameda County

Currently, Alameda County is in the "Orange" or Moderate category for reopening, indoor gatherings are strongly discouraged with a maximum of three households. Beginning Apr. 15, 2021, outdoor gatherings will be limited to 50 people. Indoor gatherings will be strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications (no food/drink except when following the standards in the guidance).

California, Contra Costa County

Currently, Contra Costa County is in the "Orange" or Moderate category for reopening, indoor gatherings are strongly discouraged with a maximum of three households. Beginning Apr. 15, 2021, outdoor gatherings will be limited to 50 people. Indoor gatherings will be strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications (no food/drink except when following the standards in the guidance).

California, Los Angeles County

Currently, Los Angeles County is in the "Orange" Tier or Moderate category, indoor gatherings are strongly discouraged with a maximum of three households. Beginning Apr. 15, 2021, outdoor gatherings will be limited to 50 people. Indoor gatherings will be strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications (no food/drink except when following the standards in the guidance).

California, Morgan Hills

Currently, Santa Clara County is in the "Orange" Tier or Moderate category, indoor gatherings are strongly discouraged with a maximum of three households. Beginning Apr. 15, 2021, outdoor gatherings will be limited to 50 people. Indoor gatherings will be strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications (no food/drink except when following the standards in the guidance).

California, Orange County

Currently, Orange County is in the "Orange" Tier or Moderate category, indoor gatherings are strongly discouraged with a maximum of three households. Beginning Apr. 15, 2021, outdoor gatherings will be limited to 50 people. Indoor gatherings will be strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications (no food/drink except when following the standards in the guidance).

California, Riverside County

Currently, Riverside County is in the "Orange" Tier of California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy, indoor gatherings are strongly discouraged with a maximum of three households. Beginning Apr. 15, 2021, outdoor gatherings will be limited to 50 people. Indoor gatherings will be strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications (no food/drink except when following the standards in the guidance).

California, Sacramento

Currently, Sacramento County is in the "Red" Tier of California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy, indoor gatherings are strongly discouraged with a maximum of three households. Beginning Apr. 15, 2021, outdoor gatherings will be limited to 25 people. Indoor gatherings will be strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications (no food/drink except when following the standards in the guidance).

California, San Bernardino County

Currently, San Bernardino County is in the "Orange" Tier of California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy, indoor gatherings are strongly discouraged with a maximum of three households. Beginning Apr. 15, 2021, outdoor gatherings will be limited to 50 people. Indoor gatherings will be strongly discouraged but allowed with modifications (no food/drink except when following the standards in the guidance).

California, San Diego

All public or private “gatherings,” as defined in section 22 below, are prohibited.

California, San Diego County

The County has issued an amended COVID-19 public health order giving it the discretion to close down beaches if social distancing rules aren’t enforced. Gatherings of more than 10 are still prohibited

California, San Francisco (City and County)

Order of the health officer of the city and county of San Francisco directing all individuals in the county to continue staying safer at their places of residence to the extent they can except for identified needs and activities, and to follow health risk reduction measures outside their residences; urging government agencies to provide shelter and sanitation facilities to individuals experiencing homelessness; requiring all businesses and recreation facilities that are allowed to operate to implement health risk reduction measures; and directing all businesses, facility operators, and governmental agencies to continue the temporary closure of all operations that are not yet safe enough to resume (stay safer at home) date of order: November 3, 2020.

California, San Mateo County

Health Officer Amends Mass Gathering Order: Groups of 50 or more persons now prohibited in San Mateo County

California, Santa Clara County

Order of the health officer of the County of Santa Clara imposing a countywide moratorium on mass gatherings of 1,000 or more persons to mitigate the spread of COVID-19

California, Ventura County

Updated Stay Well at Home Order Effective Until May 15

District of Columbia, Washington

During Phase Two of reopening, mass gatherings of more than 50 people are prohibited, and nonessential travel outside of the National Capital Region continues to be discouraged. If you attend a mass gathering, including recent ongoing protests, DC Health recommends that you follow the steps below to help prevent the spread of the virus in the home and community.

Florida, Hillsborough County

Hillsborough County Administrator Order Updating Covid-19 Limitations For Establishments And Gatherings

Georgia, Alpharetta

Emergency Ordinance establishing the closure of all public gathering businesses

Georgia, Atlanta

The City is currently in Phase 2 of reopening where everyone is advised to follow CDC guidance on gatherings which urges people to limit gatherings to small groups so everyone can stay at least 6 feet apart.

Georgia, Cobb and Douglas County

Prohibits mass gatherings of 10 or more outside of a living unit

Hawaii, Honolulu

Emergency Order 2021-04 limits indoor and outdoor social gatherings to 10 people.

Illinois, Chicago

The re-issued Stay-at-Home (1/18) order provides that outdoor gatherings and indoor gatherings within private residences cannot exceed 10 people. The previous Stay at Home order limits outdoor and indoor meetings and social events to 10 people. Under the statewide mitigation plan, indoor gatherings in residential buildings are limited to 6 non-household members. Under the initial Stay at Home Advisory, indoor and social gatherings are limited to 10 people. Permits religious services, excluding funerals and weddings, to operate at 40% capacity or 50 people. The order limits gatherings at private residences to 6 non-household members. Under the State Mitigation Plan, indoor and outdoor gatherings are limited to 25 guests or 25% of capacity, whichever is less. Chicago is prepared to move into Phase 4 of reopening on June 26. Social gatherings up to 50 persons for indoor events and 100 for outdoors will be permitted

Illinois, Cook County

Amended Phase 4 plan (3/26) increases capacity for outdoor meetings/social events from 50%/50 people to 50%/100. Outdoor recreation/outdoor activity capacity is increased from group size 50, max in one space 100 to group size 50. Multiple groups are allowed. Under Phase 4 of the State Mitigation Plan (2/16) capacity at indoor events is limited to the lesser of 40% capacity, or a maximum of 50 individuals. Outdoor space is limited to the lesser of 40% capacity or 50 people.

Illinois, Du Page County

The State Mitigation Plan limits gatherings to lesser of 25 guests or 25% of overall room capacity for both indoors and outdoors gatherings

Illinois, Lake County

Under Phase 4 of the State Mitigation Plan, meetings and social gatherings are limited to the lesser of 50 people or 50% of room capacity.

Illinois, Will County

The State Mitigation Plan limits gatherings to lesser of 25 guests or 25% of overall room capacity for both indoors and outdoors gatherings

Indiana, Howard County

Permits social gatherings of 25 people

Indiana, Indianapolis (Marion County)

Public Health Order 8 limits social gatherings to 50 people. Pre-planned gatherings (wedding receptions) are limited to 50% venue capacity. Public Health Order 7 limits social gatherings to 50 people. Public Health Order 3 limited social gatherings to 25 people. Limited all other gatherings to 25% capacity. Permitted gatherings of 50 or more people if a mitigation plan is submitted.

Iowa, Des Moines

The Proclamation Amendment Provides that an outdoor social, community, recreational, leisure or sporting gathering or event" that utilizes City streets or public right-of-way is limited to 30 people (reduced from 250 people). Indoor gatherings of 10 people or more are currently prohibited in City-owned buildings. Previous order limited gatherings of 10 or more people are prohibited. Initial order prohibited gatherings of 250 or more people. Proclamation Amendment provides that for new leases or permits, "an outdoor social, community, recreational, leisure or sporting gathering or event" that utilizes City streets and right-of-way is limited to 250 people.

Kansas, Wichita

Order issued on 2/2/21 limits mass gatherings to 100 people. Order issued on 1/6/21 continues the limit on gatherings to 25 people. Order issued on 12/9 limits gatherings to 25 people. Previous order limits mass gatherings to 100 total individuals or 50 percent of the capacity permitted under the applicable fire code, whichever is less. Mass gathering requirements apply to restaurants, bars, and fitness centers. Initial order permitted gatherings of up to 45 people. First amended order permits gatherings of up to 15 people with some exemptions.

Louisiana, New Orleans

As of April 30, indoor gatherings of up to 250 and outdoor gatherings of up to 500 are permitted. As of April 2, the Modified Phase 2 Reopening Guidelines permit indoor gatherings of up to 150 people and outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people. As of February 26, the Modified Phase 2 Reopening Guidelines permit gatherings of up to 75 people indoors and 150 outdoors.

Maryland, Baltimore City

Order issued on 3/12 provides that maximum occupancy means 25% of the maximum occupancy load of the facility. Order issued on 1/22 Limits indoor gatherings to 10 people outdoor gatherings to 25 people.

Maryland, Baltimore County

Prohibition on gatherings or events to 10 or more people at all locations and venues

Maryland, Montgomery County (Rockville)

Restricts indoor gatherings more than 10 people, Outdoor gatherings larger than 10 people prohibited. Large social gatherings should be cancelled.

Maryland, Prince George's County

All gatherings larger than 10 people indoors is prohibited, outdoor gatherings larger than 25 people are prohibited. Large gatherings must be cancelled or postponed.

Massachusetts, Boston

Most gatherings of 10 or more people are still prohibited

Michigan, Detroit
Michigan, Oakland County
Missouri, Jackson County

Prohibit large public gatherings of 10 or more people effectively immediately.

Missouri, Kansas City

All indoor gatherings more than 10 people are prohibited. Social distancing requirements still in place.

Missouri, St. Louis

Prohibits private social gatherings more than 10 attendees.

Missouri, St. Louis County

Scheduled events and social gatherings with more than 50 people in attendance are prohibited.

New Jersey, Hunterdon County

Groups of 25 can now gather outdoors, Murphy says, as N.J. reopening continues

North Carolina, Mecklenburg County

Gathering Restriction

North Carolina, Raleigh
North Carolina, Wake County

All public gatherings banned while "Stay at Home" Order in effect March 27 - April 16

Ohio, Hamilton County

Hamilton County Public Health Recommends Following Guidance for Indoor Gatherings

Oregon, Multnomah County

Statewide ban on social gatherings of more than 25 people

Oregon, Portland
Pennsylvania, Allegheny County

There should be no indoor gatherings of more than 10 persons that includes individuals from more than one household in a residence or other private indoor location, other than to provide necessary care for a family member or as necessary due to emergency circumstances. • Except as otherwise described below, there should be no outdoor social gatherings of more than 20 persons including people from more than one household held outside of private residences (e.g. yards), parks, or recreational spaces or event spaces. • These limits do not supersede industries that have specified capacity guidelines in place from the Commonwealth; however, a meeting or social event that is outside of normal operations should be within the 10 (indoor) or 20 (outdoor) person limit.

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County

All indoor gatherings and events involving people from more than one household are prohibited, in public or private spaces. This includes private events such as weddings and showers, listed as “celebrations” in previous guidance, as well as funerals.

Rhode Island, Providence
South Carolina, Charleston

Prohibiting gatherings of 50 people or more in public indoor establishments

Texas, Austin

Banning of community gatherings of over 10 people.

Texas, Collin County

As per the Gov's order, Collin County citizens are permitted to have outdoor gatherings in excess of 10 people.

Texas, Dallas (Dallas County)

Banning of community gatherings of over 500 people.

Texas, Denton County

The restrictions, which go into effect at 11:59 p.m. Monday, include the limiting of all gatherings to 10 people or fewer, closes to the public bars, commercial amusement establishments, theaters, gyms and other businesses that do not sell essential household items.

Texas, El Paso County

10/26 order (No.12) prohibits gatherings over 10 people.

Texas, Harris County

Outdoor gatherings estimated to be in excess of 10 people in Harris County are prohibited.

Texas, Hidalgo County

Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez has extended the county’s Shelter at Home order prohibiting gatherings over 10 people for another 25 days. The new order goes into effect on Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. and remains in effect until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, September 13, 2020. Initial Shelter at Home Order issued on 3/24/20.

Texas, San Antonio

All businesses providing goods or services to the public must develop and implement a health and safety policy that must include at a minimum that all employees and visitors go through a pre-screening involving symptom questions and a temperature check. All large gatherings of 100 or more people, whether indoor or outdoor are prohibited. Exceptions to this order include the standard exceptions as detailed by Governor Greg Abbott.

Virginia, Arlington

7/31 Starting 8/28/20, prohibits groups of more than three people from congregating on streets and sidewalks posted with the restrictions, and requiring pedestrians to maintain at least six feet of physical separation from others on the posted streets and sidewalks - violators could face a traffic fine of up to $100. 7/1 Gov's Phase 3 plan begins: caps gatherings at 250.

Washington, Seattle (King County)

Update: New State and local Orders issued to protect residents' health from COVID-19

Washington, Snohomish County

To reduce community spread of COVID-19 by implementing community mitigation strategies relating to large and small events.

Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Public gathering limits will reduce occupancy to 25% of a site’s capacity and reduce the maximum number of people at an indoor event to 10 people, not including employees. Seating is required. The maximum number for outdoor events is 25 people. Religious and political events are subject to gathering limits of 100 people who are required to be seated.