In his every day COVID-19 press briefing, California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered Los Angeles County and 18 different counties to shut film theaters and dine-in restaurant service for at the very least the subsequent three weeks as infections proceed to surge.
The new order comes after the governor ordered the closure of bars in Los Angeles and different counties severely affected by the virus. Newsom’s newest order additionally requires the closure of zoos, museums, leisure venues, and casinos.
NEW: @GavinNewsom proclaims 19 counties should stop indoor actions within the following industries for at the very least three weeks:
Dine-in eating places (take-out OK)
Zoos and museums
Impacted counties: pic.twitter.com/FX2c3k9jLt
— Scott Rodd (@SRodd_CPR) July 1, 2020
Newsom made the choice to reopen a lot of the state’s financial system in early June, however restrictions are tightening once more as new circumstances are quickly rising in California and dozens of different states. 6,367 new infections in California have been reported on Tuesday, a brand new state report attributed to enterprise reopenings, the resumption of mass gatherings by civilians, and the nationwide protests towards police violence following the killing of George Floyd.
Beaches may also be closed on Fourth of July weekend in L.A. and Ventura County in an effort to dissuade mass gatherings. Newsom says that whereas seashores will stay open in most different counties, parking tons statewide will likely be closed. He additionally urges residents to stay vigilant about defending themselves from COVID-19, even throughout household gatherings.
“It’s family gatherings where people let down their guard,” Newsom mentioned. “Then all of a sudden, you see a spread.”
As for the movie show business, Newsom’s announcement is simply the most recent in a sequence of blows to makes an attempt to salvage the summer season blockbuster season. It was simply two weeks in the past that nationwide chains AMC, Cinemark and Regal rolled out their plans to reopen their areas in time for the discharge of Disney’s “Mulan” and Warner Bros.’ “Tenet.” But as infections continued to escalate, “Mulan” and “Tenet” have been moved to August 12 and August 21 respectively, main AMC to announce earlier this week that it was shifting its reopening plan to the top of July. If the outbreaks within the U.S. proceed to worsen, the movie business will likely be compelled to go away summer season behind utterly.
In the meantime, movies nonetheless set as choices for theaters in August alongside “Mulan” and “Tenet” embrace Solstice Studios’ “Unhinged,” Sony’s “The Broken Hearts Gallery,” and Orion’s “Bill and Ted Face the Music.”
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