Santa Clara County is currently in the PURPLE TIER of the State of California Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
As of November 30, all persons traveling into Santa Clara County, whether by air, car, train, or any other means, directly or indirectly from a point of origin greater than 150 miles from the County's borders must quarantine for at least 10 days after arrival.
The County’s Mandatory Directive for Lodging Facilities is still in effect. Lodging facilities may not provide lodging services for non-essential purposes, such as tourism, recreational, or leisure purposes. Non-essential travel should be avoided, especially in light of new variants of COVID-19 that are circulating globally and in the United States.
Please mask up, stay 6 feet apart and take care of each other.
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Both the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and City of San Jose have issued ordinances requiring face coverings in public areas. Remember to mask up when you are within in the confines of any business (both indoors and outdoors and while waiting in line), in the workplace, obtaining healthcare services, waiting for or riding on public transportation and while in public outdoor spaces where you cannot maintain a 6 foot distance from other social bubbles. Please take care of yourself and everyone around you.
San Jose, let's take care of each other. Whether a local explorer or on vacation, please travel safely. San Jose's future relies on all of us to express our #sanjoselove through patronizing local shops, museums, and restaurants. San Jose's future also depends on our individual accountability — stay safe, wear a mask and keep San Jose clean!
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