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May 30, 2022 View:

California re-closes wineries, restaurants and other establishments in 19 counties

California Governor Newsom announced on July 1 that the state has decided to close restaurants, wineries, zoos and museums in the 19 counties with serious new cases of the epidemic, and to close these places for at least 3 weeks. For this reason Ventura County, Los Angeles County and other counties have taken the lead in deciding to close all beaches in their counties by the 1st, and residents who violate the rules will be fined.

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This comes after California has reported more than 8,000 new confirmed cases for two consecutive days (8,130 cases on the 29th and 8,610 cases on the 30th), and as of July 1 local time, California has had more than 230,000 new cases of coronary pneumonia, reaching 233,690 cases, and cumulative deaths have exceeded 6,000 cases, reaching 6,108 cases.