At the same time, most counties, including Los Angeles, will be forced to shutter gyms, churches, hair salons, malls and other businesses under the new order, which is effective Monday. The districts said in a joint statement Monday they will start the school year with online instruction only, but will plan for in-person learning as health conditions allow.
All counties statewide are required to close indoor operations for restaurants, wineries, tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos, and museums.
California has more than 330,000 Covid-19 cases, with more than 7,000 deaths. There have been almost 321,000 infections, as of Sunday, with more than 7,000 dead.
The seven-day average number of new daily COVID-19 cases as of July 12 is 8,664, which represents a substantial increase from the seven-day average a week prior of 6,987 cases per day.
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It's down 42,900 from February, the last month before restrictions to contain the virus began choking the economy . A woman checks out a jobs advertisement sign during the COVID-19 pandemic in Toronto on Wednesday, April 29, 2020.
The positivity rate for those tested has climbed by more than 20 percent over the past two weeks, he said.
"We're moving back into a modification mode of our original "stay-at-home" order", Newsom said.
California drastically rolled back its reopening plans Monday as coronavirus cases surged across dozens of U.S. states and the World Health Organization warned that too many nations are mismanaging their pandemic response. Those restrictions were already in place in counties on the state's monitoring list, but the new order extended them statewide.
Los Angeles County also recorded a new high in hospitalizations on Friday, with 2,093 people reported hospitalized with confirmed coronavirus infections; that number dropped less than 2% on Saturday, when 2,056 people were confirmed to be in the hospital.
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Dr Tedros said the pandemic is worsening and shows no signs of slowing in the hardest hit countries, the US, Brazil and India.
"He should be partnering with his state licensed-professionals, not shutting us down", Jones said.
California has seen coronavirus cases and hospitalizations skyrocket in the last month as the economy reopened and residents go back to summer socializing.
"If they don't follow the rules, things are going to continue the way they are going", he said. Still, none of the above types of indoor businesses have reopened in SF or San Mateo.
US Surgeon General Jerome Adams said the country could turn the rise of cases around in "two (to) three weeks". He had suspended on-site service within 19 counties accounting for 70% of the state's population on July 1, right before the 4th of July holiday weekend.
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Still, if you really need to place a covering, the company advises you make it no thicker than a piece of paper, at 0.1mm. Apple wants you to trust them with the camera indicator light to let you know when the camera is on.