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LA County Adds Additional Safety Modifications to Health Order Effective Nov. 30

Beverly Hills, CA – The County of Los Angeles will issue a temporary Health Officer Order that restricts most public and private gatherings and identifies new capacity limits for both essential and non-essential businesses beginning Monday, November 30 through Sunday, December 20, 2020. 

The announcement comes as a result of the County recording an average of more than 4,500 new COVID-19 cases over a five-day period. The new order urges residents to stay home as much as possible and to always wear a face covering over the nose and mouth when outside their household and around others.

The following will go into effect Monday, November 30:

  • Restricting all public and private gatherings with individuals outside a household except for faith based services and protests;
  • Limiting maximum capacity to 35% at essential retail businesses;
  • Limiting maximum capacity to 20% at non-essential retail businesses (including indoor malls), personal care services and libraries;
  • Limiting maximum capacity to 50% at outdoor fitness centers, zoos, aquariums, museums, galleries, outdoor botanical gardens, mini-golf, batting cages and outdoor go-kart centers;
  • Closing non-essential businesses and activities such as playgrounds (with the exception of playgrounds at childcare and schools) and cardrooms;
  • Golf courses, tennis courts, pickleball, archery ranges, skate parks, bike parks, and community gardens remain open for individuals or members of a single household.

This update impacts businesses in the City of Beverly Hills that fall within these categories. When provided by the County, the updated appendix protocols and Health Order will be available at beverlyhills.org/coronavirus.

All other restrictions currently remain in place including prohibiting indoor and outdoor in-person dining at restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries and allowing only takeout, drive-thru and delivery services.

Additionally, the State’s limited Stay at Home Order still remains in effect in which all non-essential activities must stop from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. through December 21, 2020.

For additional information or questions about the County’s updated Order, please email businessrecovery@beverlyhills.org.

 

 
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