Orange County exited the most restrictive purple tier and entered the red tier, or tier two, on Sunday, allowing for an easing of business restrictions.

The move comes a few days ahead of schedule, as the state met its goal of vaccinating two million residents in harder-hit communities.

More Orange County businesses are now able to reopen indoors—such as movie theaters, museums, restaurants and gyms—as others can increase indoor capacity to 50%, including retailers and other essential businesses.

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The move into the red tier also paves the way for theme parks, such as Disneyland Resort, to reopen next month at 15% capacity.
Businesses still restricted to outdoors only include breweries, wineries and distilleries.

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