LA County announces new restrictions on gatherings, business

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Steven Argula prepares a barbecue while wearing a protective face mask. (Photo by Afonso Salcedo)

New limits on gatherings and businesses have been announced in L.A. County. They include restaurants, breweries, wineries and non-essential retail stores closing any operations from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., as well as a cap on no more than three households at any gathering. — Los Angeles Daily News

Although young people are the primary transmitters of the coronavirus, older people in L.A. are the ones experiencing significant illness and death. — KTLA

A judge has denied an attempt by the largest landlord organization in Southern California to reverse the city’s eviction ban and rent freeze. — NBC Los Angeles

Wearing masks while outdoors is now mandatory in California, and Governor Gavin Newsom is considering enacting a business curfew to prevent nonessential gatherings. — NBC Los AngelesCBS Los Angeles

Steven Argula prepares a Fourth of July barbecue while wearing a protective face mask. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.

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