California closes indoor restaurants, movie theaters and all bars statewide as coronavirus cases rise


Gavin Newsom, governor of California.

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered Monday all counties in the state to close indoor operations for a handful of businesses, including restaurants, bars, movie theaters and museums, as Covid-19 cases continue to climb. 

The order comes after Newsom previously ordered these businesses to close in counties on the state’s “watch list.” The new order, which will now apply across the state, will be issued effective immediately, Newsom said. The businesses will be allowed to operate outdoors, if possible, he said. 

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