The state of California is easing up on its coronavirus restrictions in just under two weeks as indoor concerts, performances and events will be allowed to resume April 15.
The announcement was made Friday in an online news release, which explained that in areas deemed to be in the purple — or most severe — tier of COVID-19 risk, such activities will not be allowed.
However, in areas that are listed in the red, orange and yellow tiers, “these activities are allowed with capacity limits and modifications including physical distancing, advance ticket purchases, designated areas for eating and drinking and attendance limited to in-state visitors,” the release said.
Exact regulations are dependent on the venue size with the flexibility to increase the size of the audience “if all guests are tested or show proof of full vaccination.”
In venues with a capacity of 1,500 or less, audience sizes will range from 100-750 people depending on what