Thanks to substantial progress being made in the fight against COVID-19, Contra Costa County is loosening health orders and allowing residents to do more activities, according to the chart above. Last week, restaurants were allowed to reopen dining patios, dog parks reopened, and outdoor swimming pools were allowed to reopen.
(Note: The City of Concord has not yet announced a reopening date for the Concord Community Pool.)
Next week, we'll be able to get haircuts, and in three short weeks, we'll be able to dine indoors, attend indoor religious services, workout at gyms, and participate in leisure activities, like bowling.
All of this is, of course, contingent on our community's continued progress in the fight against COVID-19, so let's keep doing our part -- maintaining distance from those outside of our 12-person "bubble," and wearing face coverings whenever we cannot maintain distance from others.
More information is available on the County health department's web page.