CALIFORNIA GOV. GAVIN NEWSOM ORDERS MOVIE THEATERS AND RESTAURANTS TO CLOSE INDOOR OPERATIONS

The governor additionally said the state is moving to close all bars in 19 counties and clarified health recommendations around the July 4th holiday.

Courtesy of Governor Gavin Newsom

The governor additionally said the state is moving to close all bars in 19 counties and clarified health recommendations around the July 4th holiday.

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that 19 counties in the state must close indoor operations in businesses including restaurants, movie theaters, wineries, family entertainment centers, zoos and museums and cardrooms.

During his Wednesday afternoon press conference, the governor additionally said the state is moving to close all bars in 19 counties and clarified health recommendations around the July 4th holiday. The 19 counties mandated to close indoor business — a list including Contra Costa County, Fresno County, Glenn County, Imperial County, Kern County, Kings County, L.A. County, Merced, Orange, Riverside County, Sacramento County, San Bernardino County, San Joaquin County, Santa Barbara County, Santa Clara County, Solano County, Stanislaus County, Tulare County, Ventura County — are being asked to consider cancelling fireworks shows, as Los Angeles did on Monday.

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