Beverly Hills, CA – The County of Los Angeles has announced its plan to modify its Health Order and restrict indoor and outdoor in-person dining at restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries beginning at 10 p.m. Wednesday, November 25 for a minimum of three weeks. Delivery, drive-thru services and takeout will still be permitted. This decision comes as a result of the County recording an average of more than 4,000 new COVID-19 cases over a five-day period.
As a reminder, the following restrictions are still in place as well as the State’s limited Stay at Home Order in which all non-essential activities must stop from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. until December 21, 2020:
- Limiting maximum capacity to 25% for non-essential indoor businesses such as retail stores, offices and personal care services;
- Limiting maximum capacity to 50% at cardrooms, outdoor mini-golf, go-karts and batting cages;
- Limiting maximum capacity to 50% at grocery stores and convenience stores;
- Requiring appointments-only at personal care establishments;
- Prohibiting services that require customers to remove their face coverings such as facials and shaves and not allowing food and drinks to be served to customers at these establishments.
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.
As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health recommends the public avoid celebrating with people outside a single household, even outdoors, and to connect virtually.
For additional information or questions about the County’s updated Order, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.