No one can be on public streets, alleys, parks or other public places in the city during the curfew. This includes traveling on foot, on a bicycle, motorcycle or vehicle, officials said.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia said at a Friday news conference that residents shouldn’t expect things to reopen quickly, especially since many businesses have indicated they’re not ready yet.
Officials noted the daily number of cases would continue to fluctuate because the demand for testing is high and various laboratories are backlogged.
The police chief and the North Long Beach councilman asked the community to come together as the city grapples with the coronavirus, the economic fallout, and now protests sweeping across the country in response to police violence.
Paramedics took the victim to a hospital in stable condition.
The victim, a man, was in stable condition when he told officers he was stabbed near Chestnut Avenue and 5th Street.
The driver ran a red light and hit 32-year-old Jose Hernandez and his dog as he was legally crossing the street at Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, officials said.
The variance will allow for restaurants to resume dine-in services at a lower capacity and hair salons and barber shops to reopen under guidelines that will be posted on the city’s website.
We couldn’t screenshot the entire city, but we will be showing a live tour of all the coolest builds today (and every Thursday) at 3:30 p.m. on YouTube and Twitch.
The reopening announcements are coming fast and the rules are changing everywhere. Here’s what’s new for Long Beach, Los Angeles County and Orange County.