California to close indoor organizations in certain provinces as coronavirus cases hit record highs

California has requested indoor organizations, including cafés and cinemas, to close across 19 areas as the state wrestles with a resurgence of coronavirus cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday. 

From this point forward, organizations with indoor activities in districts that have been on the state's "Province Monitoring List" for three continuous days will be required to close. The request applies to a portion of the state's greatest provinces: Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Santa Barbara. 
Indoor organizations required to close incorporate cafés, wineries and tasting rooms, cinemas, family amusement focuses, zoos, historical centers and cardrooms, Newsom said at a press instructions. The refreshed direction will stay set up for in any event three weeks. 

He said the request doesn't expect organizations to close altogether however expects them to move activities outside if conceivable. 

California announced a record 9,740 extra cases on Tuesday, a 4.4% expansion from a day sooner, as indicated by the state's Covid-19 site. California's energy rate, or the level of complete tests returning positive, has expanded step by step in June to generally 6%, Newsom said. 

The state will likewise increase its implementation of suggested social removing rules and face-covering prerequisites, Newsom said. Seven offices will meet up to shape a "strike group" that will target rebellious work environments, he said. 

"It's more instruction. I'm not coming out with a clench hand," Newsom said. "We need to come out with an open heart, perceiving the size of a portion of these adjustments." 

In front of the Fourth of July weekend, Newsom asked regions with compulsory terminations to consider dropping firecrackers shows to demoralize swarms. The state will close stopping offices at state sea shores in southern California and the Bay Area, he said. 

On Sunday, Newsom required bars in a bunch of provinces with rising cases to close their entryways, following comparable choices made in Texas and Florida. Apple declared before on Wednesday that it would be shutting down 15 stores in the state because of an expanding number of cases.