A recap of CA’s tiered system following end of stay-at-home order

With California’s regional “Stay-at-Home” order lifted Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the state’s colored, tiered system would be re-assessed, starting Tuesday.  The lifted order leaves L.A. County and 53 other counties in the state’s purple tier, meaning these areas have “widespread” COVID-19 cases and have the most restrictions.  L.A. County

COVID-19: The Latest Numbers

Numbers Updated: 8 p.m. friday, JAN. 22, 2021

Los Angeles County

1,054,802

Total Cases

14,894

Deaths

Santa Clarita Valley

22,490

Total Cases

164

Deaths

Southern California Region

0.0%

ICU Capacity as of JAN. 22

Region would be eligible to exit current stay-at-home order and return to color-coded reopening tiers if ICU capacity is projected to be above 15% for the following month.

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