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Bars To Close Again In 7 California Counties

Bars To Close Again In 7 California Counties

With a spike in COVID-19 positive tests over the past few days, bars across seven counties in California are now required to close and Governor Newsom indicated yesterday, that these types of actions could become more common if cases continue to increase. During his afternoon briefing, the governor stated that county’s should be prepared to “toggle” restrictions back and forth, similar to a “dimmer switch”. Bars must now close in San Joaquin, Los Angeles, Fresno, King, Kern, Imperial, and Tulare counties. In addition, Newsom recommended that local health officers consider closing bars, though not a state mandate, in Contra Costa, Santa Clara, Sacramento, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara and Stanislaus Counties. Four more counties were added to the list yesterday, Solano, Merced, Orange and Glenn. Newsom reiterated that hospitalizations related to COVID-19, have been up 43-percent over the past two weeks. Breaking down the numbers, 4,776 are in ICU. The governor went on to say that many of the recent cases across the state have been related to social gatherings and people failing to practice physical distancing. More messaging on this topic will be coming in the days leading up to the independence day holiday.

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