Numerous California shopping malls, gyms, indoor church worship and salons will shut down again, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Monday in a new round of measures aimed at curtailing the fast-spreading coronavirus outbreak.
The closures will take place in counties that have been on the state’s monitoring list for three or more day. That’s a total of 30 counties, which includes Stanislaus, Merced and San Joaquin. In total, the closure will impact 80 percent of Californians, the Democratic governor said.
In addition, all counties in the state of California are now required to close restaurants for indoor dining, wineries, theaters, zoos, museums, card rooms, bars and family entertainment centers.
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