Los Angeles County New “Safer at Home” Restrictions began 10:00 p.m. November 25, 2020

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Los Angeles County New “Safer at Home” Restrictions began 10:00 p.m. November 25, 2020

Staff Reporter
11-25-2020

Los Angeles County has shut down all indoor dining for at least another three weeks. This comes after another recent surge in Covid-19 cases. California recorded 20,654 cases on Monday, recording nearly 6,2000 Covid cases in Los Angeles County.  

What does this mean?

All indoor dining will stop Wednesday, November 25, 2020, at 10:00 p.m.

Nonessential activities must end between 10:00 p.m. and 5 a.m. This comes right before the Thanksgiving Holiday in hopes to decrease covid cases.

Anyone traveling to Los Angeles will have to sign Quarantine Forms starting Wednesday. 

Los Angeles County COVID-19 restrictions have been the strictest regulations in the entire country.

Unlike the ban in March, non-essential business can remain open, but with restrictions and regulations on occupancy and operations. Los Angeles County director of public health, Barbara Ferrer, states that this is because Los Angeles County now has more tools to handle COVID-19 than during the shutdown in March.

“Nonessential businesses will be very much open; gyms will be open outdoors; zoos will be open; hair salons; mini-golf and go-karts will be open with reduced capacity,” supervisor Janice Hahn said.

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