Indoor nail salons, shopping malls to reopen

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By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer

Cal State Long Beach is facing a small COVID-19 outbreak among 22 undergrads caused by off-campus gatherings. — L.A. Times

Indoor nail salons and shopping malls will be allowed to reopen at a reduced capacity over the next 10 days. Casino card rooms, breweries and wineries will be able to reopen for outdoor services. — KTLALos Angeles Daily News

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law requiring skilled nursing facilities to report COVID-19-related deaths to health officials within 24 hours. — L.A. Times

Alcohol consumption has increased significantly during the pandemic: by 19% among all adults aged 30 to 59, and by 41% among women. — CBS Los Angeles


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