Click the dropdown menu and select your county to see how its latest COVID-19 data is trending compared to California's four-tier benchmark system.
A county must stay at a level for at least three weeks, then meet the next level's criteria for two weeks before moving to a less restrictive level. Counties with data falling in two different tiers are assigned to the more restrictive tier. Click here for more on what each tier means.
Source: California Department of Public Health / State releases tier assessments every Tuesday. Updated Oct. 20, 2020. Data retrieved on Oct. 19, 2020.