Summary

Santa Margarita KOA yearns to be FULLY YELLOW! As of 4/28/21, we are in the ORANGE TIER in San Luis Obispo County. Purple Tier 1 indicates that the virus is widespread in the county. Red Tier 2 indicates substantial spread, while Orange Tier 3 indicates moderate spread and the Yellow Tier 4 indicates minimal spread. Check https://www.emergencyslo.org for the latest COVID-19 updates.

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As of Wed., April 28, 2021, San Luis Obispo County is in the ORANGE TIER: 
Purple, or Tier 1, indicates that the virus is widespread in the county — with more than seven cases per 100,000 residents or more than 8% of tests results reported positive over seven days. Red (Tier 2) indicates “substantial” spread of the virus, while orange (Tier 3) indicates “moderate” spread and yellow (Tier 4) indicates “minimal” spread of the virus in the county.  We hope the entire Tier System will be retired on June 15th as Governor Newsom promised.ORANGE TIER: Outdoor Operations Allowed with Modifications


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  • Bars with No Food Service
  • CAMPGROUNDS AND RV PARKS
  • Outdoor Seated Live Performances
  • Playgrounds and Outdoor Recreation Facilities
  • Waterparks - Indoor Maximum 25% Capacity
  • Wineries, Breweries & Distilleries

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ORANGE TIER: Indoor Operations Allowed with Modifications

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  • Gathering Checklist:
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  • Outdoors: 50 person maximum
  • Indoors: Max 25% of listed capacity or 25 people, whichever is fewer
  • Masks and physical distancing required
  • Face coverings and physical distancing are required
  • Sanitize hands before eating or drinking, and after touching shared items
  • Food or beverage service will follow health guidance for gatherings
  • Indoor gathering will be limited to 2 hours or less
  • Those with COVID-19 symptoms should not attend
  • Those at high risk of severe COVID-19 illness are strongly encouraged not to attend
  • Singing, shouting, chanting, cheering, or exercising is strongly discouraged (Nope!)

  • Cardrooms and satellite wagering, 25% maximum capacity 
  • Critical infrastructure (medical and dental care, childcare, grocery stores, schools, etc.)
  • Entertainment production (with no live in-person audience)
  • Events and Performances
  • Family Entertainment Centers, 25% maximum capacity
  • Gyms and fitness centers can open indoors at 25% maximum capacity
  • Hair salons and barbershops
  • Hotels and lodging
  • Indoor pools can open
  • Limited services (Laundromats, dry cleaners, auto repair shops, car washes, landscapers, door-to-door sales services, pet grooming, dog walking, etc.)
  • Movie theaters open indoors with 50% capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer
  • Museums, zoos, and aquariums may open indoors with a 50% maximum capacity
  • Offices may open, but telework still strongly encouraged
  • Personal care services (skin care, nails, body art, tattoos, piercing, massage, etc.)
  • Restaurants 50% maximum capacity or 200 people, whichever is fewer
  • Retail & Shopping centers - close common areas, reduced capacity food areas
  • Waterparks - Indoor maximum 15% capacity
  • Worship services - 50% maximum capacity
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    ORANGE TIER: Operations That Must Remain Closed 
    • Indoor Bars
    • Bowling Alleys
    • Community Centers, Convention Centers
    • Indoor Hot Tubs, Saunas, and Steam Rooms
    • Indoor Playgrounds

    ORANGE TIER: Other Important Modifications

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    • Facial Covering Order:  Californian's must wear masks when outside of their own home. 
    • Travel Advisory is in place for California visitors and returning California residents.

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    MORE COVID NEWS:San Luis Obispo County Current Emergency Informationhttps://www.emergencyslo.org