Gov. Newsom announces statewide closures of indoor operations for certain sectors

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A list of business sectors must cease indoor operations as part of a new directive announced this afternoon by Governor Gavin Newsom.

On July 1, Newsom ordered many counties to close bars and indoor operations at restaurants, wineries, zoos and family entertainment centers like bowling alleys and miniature golf.

"The data suggests not everybody is practicing common sense", said Newsom, whose order takes effect immediately.

San Diego County and other counties on the state's monitoring lists are being directed to close indoor operations at fitness centers, worship services, offices for non-critical sections, personal care services, hair salons and barber shops and malls. "This continues to be a deadly disease".

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The seven-day average number of new daily COVID-19 cases as of July 12 is 8,664, which represents a substantial increase from the seven-day average a week prior of 6,987 cases per day.

California in March was the first state to impose a mandatory stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the virus.

Los Angeles County, by far the most populous county in the state, accounts for more than half of the COVID-19 deaths in the state. But Monday, the state's two largest school districts, San Diego and Los Angeles, announced their students would start the school year with online learning only.

California's ICU rate has increased by 20% over the last two weeks.

Also on Monday, the World Health Organization warns that the pandemic is worsening globally and things won't return to "the old normal" for some time.

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