Guidance for Industries

February 20, 2021 UPDATE
Indoor Youth and Recreational Adults Sports Guidance

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recently updated their outdoor and indoor youth and recreational adult sports guidance. The guidance applies to all organized youth sports, including school- and community-sponsored programs, and adult recreational sports. The updated guidance will take effect on February 26, 2021.

December 2, 2020 UPDATE
School Guidance

The Quick Guide for SchoolsCase Notification Form (used to notify Solano Public Health of a positive case) and List of Close Contacts (used to list close contacts of a case) have recently been added to the guidance table below.

November 16, 2020 UPDATE
Solano County moves to Tier 1 (purple tier) effective immediately

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced today that Solano County is moving back to the Purple Tier (widespread) - the state's most restrictive tier - effective immediately due to a recent, unprecedented surge in cases across the state. 
The State’s website includes information regarding the Purple Tier and its impact on businesses and activities, including the closure of indoor activities associated with restaurants, gyms, museums, places of worship, and movie theaters. Shopping malls and all retail establishments must reduce to a maximum of 25 percent capacity. We urge Solano residents to slow the spread of transmission in our County be wearing a mask, maintain 6-foot distance when in public settings, protect our most vulnerable residents, and save lives.

August 28, 2020 UPDATE
State's Tiered Framework - A Blueprint for a Safer Economy

The State of California has created a new tiered framework - a Blueprint for a Safer Economy - to reduce COVID-19. Using a tier-based system, the state has revised the criteria for loosening or tightening activities. Every county in California is assigned to a tier (widespread, substantial, moderate or minimal), based on its rate of new cases and test positivity. Counties must remain in a tier for at least three weeks before moving to the next tier.

Additional Resources

Practice Physical Distancing
(English, Spanish, Tagalog) 
CDC Stop the Spread of Germs
(English) (Spanish) (Tagalog) (combined languages)
Written Plan Entrance Sign for Reopening Businesses (Written Plan Entrance Sign) 
COVID-19 customer entry self-certification  (English) (Spanish) (Tagalog)
COVID-19 employee entry self-certification (English)

Here are state and local guidance for businesses and services to review and develop protocols for reopening safely.

Additional Industry Guidance can be found here:

Date  Industry  State Guidance
02/26/2021 Guidance on Youth and Adult Recreational Sports (Updated) State
11/16/2020 Guidance on Returning to Work Following COVID-19 Diagnosis Local
08/25/2020 Guidance for Small Cohorts/Group of Children and Youth State
08/25/2020 COVID-19 Case and Contact Management with Child Care Facilities State
Update 10/20/2020 Personal Care Services (nail salons, tattoo parlors, esthetician services and massage therapy) State
06/16/2020   Professional Sports without Live Audience
(See state guidance on professional sports)
06/12/2020 Campgrounds, RV Parks and Outdoor Recreation State
06/12/2020     Day Camps State
06/12/2020   Satellite Wagering Facilities and Racetracks State
06/12/2020 Schools and School-based Programs State
Quick Guide
Case Notify
Close Contacts
06/08/2020 Hotels, Lodging and Short-Term Rentals State
07/13/2020 Fitness Facilities                    State
07/01/2020 Museums, Galleries, Zoos and Aquariums State
07/01/2020 Family Entertainment Centers and Movie Theaters             State
07/20/2020 Solano County Social Distancing Protocol State
07/20/2020 Restaurants, Wineries and Breweries including Tasting Rooms and Tap Rooms State
Can reopen 08/31/2020 Hair Salons and Barbershops State
Can reopen 08/31/2020 Places of Worship State
07/13/2020 Retail Stores      State
Can reopen 08/31/2020 Shopping Centers State
Can reopen Routine appointments for healthcare services State
Rev 08/14/2020 Golf Courses Local
Essential Previously Designated Essential Activities NA
Essential   Childcare Local
Essential Long-term Care Facilities NA
07/28/2020 Employer Guidance NA
07/29/2020 Agriculture and Livestock State
07/29/2020 Automobile Dealerships and Rentals State
07/29/2020 Cardrooms, Satellite Wagering Facilities, and Racetracks State
07/29/2020 Communications Infrastructure State
07/29/2020 Delivery Services State
07/29/2020 Dine-in Restaurants State
07/29/2020 Energy and Utilities State
07/29/2020 Expanded Personal Care Services State
07/29/2020 Food Packing and Processing State
Can reopen 09/22/2020 Gyms and Fitness Centers State
07/29/2020 Hotels and Lodging State
07/29/2020 Life Sciences State
07/29/2020 Limited Services State
07/29/2020 Logistics and Warehousing Facilities State
07/29/2020 Manufacturing State
07/29/2020 Mining and Logging State
07/29/2020 Office Workspaces State
Can reopen 09/22/2020 Museums and Galleries State
07/29/2020 Ports State
07/29/2020 Public and Private Passenger Carriers, Transit, and Intercity Passenger Rail State
07/29/2020 Real Estate Transactions State
07/29/2020 Restaurants providing takeout, drive=through, and delivery State
Additional Additional Industry Guidance: