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UPDATE: Proof of Vaccination No Longer Required to Enter Indoor Public Locations in Oakland
Proof of vaccination is still required to enter senior adult care facilities and City of Oakland Senior Centers. Masks are required to attend large indoor events of 2500+ attendees. Find more details here.

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Oct 26, 2022

Face Mask Requirement for Large Indoor Events Expires November 1, 2022

Oakland’s ordinance requiring anyone attending large indoor events (2,500+ attendees) to wear a mask will expire on November 1, 2022. Patrons entering City facilities, including libraries, City senior centers, senior adult care facilities, recreation centers, and civic center buildings, are still required to wear a mask.

May 23, 2022

Proof of Vaccination No Longer Required to Enter Indoor Public Locations in Oakland

The Oakland City Council has modified its proof of vaccination ordinance, lifting previous vaccination requirements to enter indoor public locations such as restaurants and bars, entertainment venues, recreation centers, gyms and fitness centers, City Hall, theaters, and museums.

Under the new ordinance, people entering senior centers and assisted living facilities will still be required to show proof of vaccination upon entry.

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