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The curfew will take effect 10 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 21, and remain in effect until 5 a.m. December 21. However, he also questioned whether a limited curfew will be effective. The move comes only days after the state-imposed restrictions limiting business operations in those 41 counties, which have the most significant increases in virus cases. These 41 counties make up the vast majority (94%) of the population.
Culver City - 10 new cases for a total of 527 cases.
As the Downtown Disney District as well as Buena Vista Street both now close at 10pm, we may see operating hours reduce in order to give guests the opportunity to get home before curfew. Safe meaning that people should stay outdoors as much as possible and wear a face covering when they are not eating or drinking.
California as a whole has seen more than 1 million infections, with a record 13,000 new cases recorded Thursday.
Two people in Anaheim, California on Thursday. The state's positivity rate now stands at five percent - up 1.7 percent from November 5.
Gavin Newsom issued a statewide curfew order on Thursday in an attempt to slow the spread of the CCP virus.
Newsom noted that the biggest increase the state had seen previously was in mid-June, when California had a 39.2% increase in new cases in one week.
"We're at a critical juncture in the pandemic and we're asking everyone to limit unnecessary risk, stop the spread and save lives". "The data looks really bad now and we've had. three awful days in terms of case rates and increases in hospitalizations". As Slate reports, epidemiologist point to unwanted side effects of curfews - for instance, they could condense peoples' restaurant visits into a shorter period of time and therefore cause there to be more crowding in some places. "We will explore further restrictions" if the tide can not be turned.
Newsom referred to the order in a tweet as a "limited stay-at-home order".
Californians in the affected counties will still be allowed in the overnight hoursto buy groceries, walk the dog, pick up restaurant takeout orders, visit doctors or other healthcare providers and other providers of essential services. First Amendment activities and religious services may also receive exemptions.
She added that there was "no expectation" for local law enforcement to enforce the order.
The Covid-19 test site popped up in Los Angeles, California on October 29, 2020.
"As we moved into the purple category, which put more restrictions on our businesses, I think that's driven the necessity to go to some of these cities that we have not been into before", Gore said.
Some cities have pledged not to enforce the order, citing issues with the scientific reasoning behind it. San Jose intends to enforce the order, but does not plan to cite people for curfew violations.
Other leaders in California expressed support for the measure.
"I honestly think everyone's case will be different", said Clevenger, who is co-owner of Eastbound Bar and Grill in Lakeside.
Gore, though, said his department always understood that it had the power to enforce health orders made during a declared public health emergency.
Dr. Mark Cullen, an infectious disease expert who recently retired from Stanford University, said the underlying goal is based on a reasonable interpretation of data.
Agencies contributed to the reporting.