Not the news any of us wanted, but here we are again. Riverside County has moved back into the more-restrictive purple coronavirus tier, according to the Press Enterprise. This means, "restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, and places of worship can no longer host people indoors."
The Riverside County businesses that have been affected have 72 hours to make adequate changes to their operations in order to comply with the purple-tier status we have found ourselves in. The silver-lining may be for "personal-care services".
This time around, the state’s purple tier allows all “personal-care services” — including hair and nail salons, tattoo shops, body waxing and threading services, massage therapy and esthetician services — to serve customers indoors, county spokeswoman Brooke Federico said.
San Bernardino County has been "stuck" in the the purple-tier for quite some time. Here are the new San Bernardino County numbers, according to the San Bernardino Sun.
Be safe, friends. Wear that mask.