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Los Angeles residents ordered to stay at home until Christmas week, with all gatherings BANNED. except for church & PROTESTS

2 monthes ago   |   By RT

Health officials in Los Angeles County have declared a new “safer-at-home” order, clamping down its Covid-19 restrictions to ban most gatherings for a three-week period, but created exemptions for religious services and protests.
The new directive, which will take effect next week and stay in force until December 20, will prohibit all public and private gatherings involving people from different households and impose further occupancy limits on businesses, the county health department announced on Friday.
Residents are advised to stay home as much as possible and always wear a face...
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New LA County 'safer-at-home' order puts additional limits on gatherings, closes playgrounds

New LA County 'safer-at-home' order puts additional limits on gatherings, closes playgrounds

2 monthes ago   |   By ABC

Los Angeles County has issued a new safer-at-home order that places stricter limits on gatherings and business occupancy, as well as closes playgrounds and cardrooms.
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