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10 counties in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section have now been cleared to play high school football

Ten of the 16 counties in the Sac-Joaquin Section have met the adjusted case rate threshold to resume playing high school sports.
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The California Department of Public Health released updated county-by-county COVID-19 case rate numbers on Tuesday, signaling which counties have been cleared to start playing high school football and other outdoor sports.

For the 16 counties in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section to resume playing outdoor high and moderate-contact sports, each counties' adjusted case rate has to be equal to or less than 14 per 100,000. As of Tuesday afternoon, here are the counties that meet the case rate threshold and have been cleared to start playing high school sports:

(The Sac-Joaquin Section’s 16 counties are listed below followed by a ‘YES‘ or ‘NO‘ denoting whether they have been cleared to play as of Feb. 23):

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  • Mariposa County: YES, 5.6
  • Yolo County: YES, 5.6
  • Napa County (one school): YES, 6.5
  • Calaveras County: YES, 9.4
  • Placer County: YES, 10.3
  • El Dorado County: YES, 10.3
  • Tuolumne County: YES, 10.9
  • Nevada County: YES, 11.3
  • Amador County: YES, 11.5
  • Solano County: YES, 12.3
  • Sutter County: NO, 14.7
  • Yuba County: NO, 15.1
  • Sacramento County: NO, 15.3
  • San Joaquin County: NO, 17.1
  • Merced County: NO, 19.5
  • Stanislaus County: NO, 20.8