The Disneyland Resort has been closed since March and recently Southern California was put on a Stay-at-Home order. That order is due to expire today but California Governor Newsom expects the order to be extended.
Newsom said 96% of hospitals in LA county were diverting emergency patients at some point over the weekend due to overcrowding in emergency rooms. New COVID-19 hospital admissions have begun to plateau across the state, except in Southern California.
“We are likely, I think it’s pretty self-evident, going to need to extend those regional dates,” Newsom said. “… Based upon all the data and based upon all these trend lines, it is very likely based on those current trends that we’ll need to extend that stay at home order, (which) you recall was a three-week order when we announced it.”
Under the order, the following businesses/recreational facilities were forced to close:
- indoor recreational facilities;
- hair salons and barbershops;
- personal care services;
- museums, zoos, and aquariums;
- movie theaters;
- bars, breweries and distilleries;
- family entertainment centers;
- cardrooms and satellite wagering;
- limited services;
- live audience sports; and
- amusement parks
The order will most likely be extended but there is no news yet regarding how long the extension will be. Stay tuned for more information!
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