Today, amid a spike in statewide COVID-19 cases, Governor Newsom ordered the immediate closure of additional sectors statewide – including in San Mateo County. These include:

  • Dine-in restaurants (indoor)
  • Wineries and tasting rooms (indoor)
  • Movie theaters (indoors)
  • Family entertainment centers (indoors)
  • Zoos and museums (indoors)
  • Cardrooms (indoors)
  • Brewpubs, breweries, bars, and pubs (indoor and outdoor)

Outdoor dining is still permitted.

Additionally, for counties that have remained on the State’s monitoring list for three consecutive days or more (30 counties in total, San Mateo County is NOT included on this list as of today), the following sectors must also close:

  • Fitness centers
  • Churches
  • Offices for non-critical sectors
  • Personal care services (includes nail salons, waxing services, and tattoo parlors)
  • Hair salons and barbershops
  • Malls

To view the Governor’s order and the State’s watch list, please visit .
San Mateo County has a total of 4,045 cases to date. The County experienced a record high of 108 new cases on Friday, July 10. To view San Mateo County health data, please visit .
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