Skip to comments.Newsom orders all California counties to close indoor restaurants, shut down bars
Posted on 07/13/2020 1:02:13 PM PDT by Stravinsky
Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered every county in California to close indoor restaurants, movie theaters and wineries Monday as the state combats a surge in coronavirus cases.
He also ordered bars to cease all operations, indoor and outdoor, throughout the state.
Newsom had previously directed 30 counties on the states watch list due to surging outbreaks to close business operations in those sectors. But Newsom said the order will now extend to all 58 California counties.
Newsoms statewide closure order applies to a host of other indoor spaces: zoos, museums, cardrooms and family entertainment centers. Those establishments are still allowed to operate outdoors in most counties, including restaurant patios.
In addition, Newsom ordered the 30 counties on the state watch list to close gyms, churches, offices for non-critical work sectors, shopping malls and barbershops and hair salons.
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Turned 500 pt Dow gain into nothing and a 200 pt Nasdaq gain to a 200 pt loss. It was costly across the board.
I ended up needing a prescription for anxiety...other things were going on to contribute to it for a while and then the last few months added in and that was the impetus to see my physician.
He said he is disturbed by the massive increase in people needing care in this area, especially the ones with depression. I should consider myself lucky with just anxiety.
He will probably demand it as he thinks he is entitled to it.
Thanks, Jane. Were keeping the faith until we can get out and fight like heck until that day comes.
Don’t forget the slogan, “We are all in this together”.
BOOM. Mask mandates are GONE in Orange County, thanks to citizens, like this one, who are fighting back! 👊https://t.co/92xJUW3GRp pic.twitter.com/933lUGPtnN— TheSharpEdge (@TheSharpEdge1) July 12, 2020
Here's her/their website: www.thehealthyamerican.org
DOW up 556 right now re FBN crawl at bottom of screen.
s&p and nasdac up too.
Quite the crash...
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