Brea values the safety and wellness of the community and is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic. Please stay informed and follow the ever-changing developments by visiting cityofbrea.net/covid19 and following the City's social media accounts.
Orange County, and the entire Southern California Region, will be under the State’s new Regional Stay-at-Home Order beginning Sunday, December 6 at 11:59 PM and lasting for a minimum of three weeks. This is due to the region’s ICU capacity dropping below 15%. Today’s regional ICU availability is 12.5%, down from 13.1% a day earlier.Here is a summary of restrictions:* No gatherings with those outside your household* Closure of bars, wineries, breweries, distilleries* Closure of nail, hair salons, barbers, other personal care services* Closure of playgrounds* Closure of indoor recreation facilities* Closure of museums, zoos, aquariums* Closure of family entertainment centers* Closure of limited services* Closure of theme parks* No nonessential travelAllowed to stay open:* Non-urgent healthcare, including dentists, optometrists* Schools already open* Childcare* Restaurants: takeout only, no more outdoor dining* Stores, shopping centers: 20% capacity with entry metering* Hotels and lodging: essential travel and lodging only* Offices: remote except for critical operations where remote is not possible* Churches, temples, mosques: outdoor only* Critical infrastructure and services (water, power, government)* Parks, trails, beaches, other outdoor recreationFor the full list of impacts, visit the State’s website, https://covid19.ca.gov/stay-home-except-for-essential-needs/.