Alameda County able to open certain businesses, possibly schools

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Jim Xu/Staff
Alameda County has transitioned to a less restrictive tier of California’s COVID-19 reopening guidelines Tuesday. Berkeley residents can expect new health orders in the coming weeks that may allow additional indoor activities, including in-person instruction.

On Tuesday, Alameda County moved down to the red tier of California’s four-tiered, color-coded Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which includes reopening guidelines amid COVID-19.
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