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Stay At Home Order in Effect For Southern California

The California Department of Public Health announced Saturday that a shortage of intensive care beds in the 11-county Southern California region had triggered a new Stay At Home Order. The new restrictions went into effect in Southern California at 11:59 p.m. Sunday, December 6 and will last for at least three weeks.

The new state Stay At Home Order bans all on-site restaurant dining and closes hair and nail salons, movie theaters, and many other businesses, as well as museums and playgrounds. It also means people may not congregate with anyone outside their household and must always wear masks when they go outside.

The following sectors will stay open but with limited capacity, mandatory masks, and social distancing measures in place:

  • Outdoor recreational facilities, but without food, drink, or alcohol sales, and no overnight camping 
  • Retail businesses and malls, with indoor capacity limited to 20%; no eating or drinking will be allowed inside stores
  • Hotels and offices that support critical infrastructure
  • Restaurants offering takeout, pick-up, or delivery
  • Places of worship can hold outdoor services
  • Professional sports and entertainment production without live audiences
  • Non-urgent medical and dental care
Click here for more information the new Stay At Home Order.
Published: January 19, 2021