Long Beach issued a new health order late Friday that now allows dining inside restaurants and getting a haircut—with restrictions.
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.
“People should be very alarmed,” said Chris Callopy, executive director of the Teachers Association of Long Beach, which represents some 3,700 employees.
The increase comes as hospitalizations have remained relatively steady or shown slight increases in recent weeks.
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.
Campaign contribution limits have remained relatively untouched since a 1994 resident initiative established caps on how much individuals can give to candidates.
Though Long Beach and LA County had both been slated for slower reopening as the region has been hit harder by the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Robert Garcia said local health officials are now confident that the city can move forward.
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.
The testing site at Cabrillo High School, which is run by the city, is the only site that will test anyone who wants a test. The other 5 sites in the city will still be reserved for essential workers or those with symptoms.
Renters will now be able to miss payments through July 2020 and have until July 2021 to make up those payments under the new ordinance.