By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer
Yesterday, L.A. County recorded 7,854 new cases and 44 deaths — yes, that’s another record-high count. Health officials estimate that one in every 200 residents are infectious. Overall, November’s new-case tally is greater than the previous two months combined. — CBS Los Angeles, Patch Los Angeles
The new stay-at-home order for residents of the city of Los Angeles has roughly 10 pages detailing various exceptions. Those include: allowing malls and shops to remain open at a decreased capacity, allowing gyms to host outdoor classes, banning outdoor dining, banning gatherings with members of other households (unless at a protest or religious ceremony). — KCRW, KTLA
The city will be distributing $800 one-time COVID-19 stipends to 4,000 restaurant workers. — ABC Los Angeles
still no hazard pay😔
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