LA Supes maintains an outdoor eating ban as soon as the fight becomes messy

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At least one LA county official is pushed back against the newly introduced ban on outdoor dining, even when LA is on the move closer to a full home order. Superintendent Kathryn Barger said she believes the shutdown of Al Fresco will hurt local businesses, many of which are already hanging on a chain.

“Thousands of dollars have been invested across the county to ensure the safety of their employees and customers,” he said in a statement. “Just to punish them for the recent surge and they did everything they could to prevent them.”

The the ban was announced on Sundayand will take effect on Wednesday. He notes that restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries can only offer exceptions and transportation for three weeks.

Officials reported a five-day average of new coronavirus cases in excess of 4,000. A warning was issued last week that further restrictions could come if cases continue to rise – and continue to rise.

On Monday, the county reported another record number of cases – confirming a whopping 6,124 positive test results, more than what we saw in a single day during the entire epidemic.

Read more about what’s happening in LA today, and stay safe outside.

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The last 24 hours in LA

COVID Thanksgiving: LAUSD tooth 1.5 million meals are distributed on Wednesday to take families in need through the festive weekend. Thanksgiving was one of Hollywood’s biggest celebrations for animated films, however theater tours during the current COVID-19 wave they do not happen. As families look for ways to celebrate safely, a woman from Burbank plans to lead to your children’s home to deliver and pick up food instead of the traditional family dinner. Passengers who he chooses to travel despite the CDC’s recommendations it faces certain challenges of social distance.

Police law enforcement inspection: The LA County coroner will conduct a formal investigation Andres Guardado’s deadly deputy shooting – this kind for more than 30 years.

Coronavirus updates: LA County COVID-19 cases reached the required five-day average they trigger a new home order. LA Superintendent, Kathryn Barger he says he opposes the newly revised county public health order to ban personal meals for the next three weeks. Korm. Newsom provided an update on the coronavirus from his home while being quarantined after his family was exposed. COVID contributes decline in international students at local colleges, but enrollment has already declined amid anti-immigrant sentiment.

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The picture of the day

Juana has it sold guatemala carne asada and caldo de gallina In Westlake for 12 years. When the epidemic began, it did not work for nearly eight months. His customers kept asking him to come back.

(Samanta Helou-Hernandez for LAist)

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