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As of 25 May, face coverings are REQUIRED for service, on the following transit systems (1):
Curry Public Transit (Only in Del Norte County.)
Southwest Point Transit (Only Del Norte County.)
ALL COUNTIES SERVED
[San Bernardino (4)]
[Santa Barbara (5)]
COUNTYWIDE HEALTH ORDERS MANDATING A FACE COVERING ON PUBLIC TRANSIT (25)
(1) As of 25 May, face-covering mandates are established in 25/58 California counties
(43%), affecting a total of 23,049,402 Californians (58%, out of 39,782,870).
to Santa Barbara (Route 21) shuttle services. For San Francisco connecting service from
south of San Jose, please utilize the Coast Starlight, or other private shuttles.
(4) Despite rising infections and deaths in both counties, Riverside and San Bernardino's
Public Health Officers have rescinded their County Health Orders/face-covering mandate.
and ALL Riverside County public transit systems, for continuing to require face coverings.
(5) While the transit system's county has not mandated face coverings, the transit system itself requires face coverings for service.
(7) Countywide health orders (mandates) requiring face coverings are issued pursuant to the California Health and Safety Code, Sections 101040, 101085, 120175, and 120275, et seq. Violations of, or failure to comply with issued County Health Orders, are a misdemeanor, punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both, and pursuant to the California Government Code Section 8665, and Penal Code Sections 069 and 148(a)(1). Simply put, all transit systems within the twenty-two counties listed above are subject to the face-covering requirement. (Santa Barabara County's face-covering mandate takes affect Tuesday, 26 May, at 17:00.)
CalGreen strives to provide you with the latest, most accurate, and complete information available, and we greatly appreciate your assistance in sharing any updates with us: info[at]californiatransitmask.info
For information about California transit systems that have waived fare collection and/or enforcement, out of concern for COVID-19 transmission, please visit CalGreen's "Fare-Free Transit Information" webpage, updated daily.
FACE COVERING GUIDANCE
IMPORTANT EXECUTIVE AND STATE HEALTH ORDERS
Executive Order N-33-20 (19 March)
Executive Order N-60-20 (04 May)
Executive Order N-63-20 (07 May)
State Health Order (07 May)