Los Angeles County will relax restrictions on the coronavirus on Monday and work with Orange County to develop more lenient regulations because both states are in the state’s surveillance system.
Restrictions will be relaxed after midnight. This is what it means.
- The capacity of cinemas, restaurants, churches, museums, zoos and aquariums can be increased from 25% to 50%.
- The capacity of the stadium will increase from 10% to 25%.
- The chess room and family entertainment center can resume indoor operation at 25% of the capacity.
The county will still enforce certain regulations, which are stricter than the state allows. Most notably, bars that do not serve food (only allowed to reopen outdoors) can only operate between 1
And, although the state guidelines allow the removal of all capacity restrictions on orange-tier retail stores, Los Angeles County will impose a 75% limit on grocery stores and other retail businesses, and strongly recommends keeping their capacity at 50% until April 15 Allow time for more workers to be vaccinated.
The county’s indicators continued to move in the right direction on Sunday, with 535 new COVID-19 cases reported and only three deaths reported, although health officials said the reduction in deaths may reflect the late reporting over the weekend.
According to state data, the number of coronavirus patients in county hospitals increased from 590 on Saturday to 591. The number of intensive care patients dropped from 158 to 151.
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According to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, since the beginning of the pandemic, Sunday’s figures brought the county’s total to 1,222,114 cases and 23,275 deaths.
Although most orange grading regulations will not take effect until Monday, the regulations for theme parks and outdoor live event venues (such as Dodger Stadium) took effect on Thursday. These regulations allow theme parks to be opened at 25% of the capacity, while outdoor venues are opened at 33% of the capacity.
As of Monday, wineries and wineries will be able to provide indoor services at 25% of capacity. Breweries, breweries, bars and restaurants will be allowed to turn on their televisions outdoors, but live entertainment will still be prohibited.
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