1. With coronavirus surge, L.A. County may run out of ICU beds  Los Angeles Times
  2. Half LA Restaurants Still Not Following Rules, COVID Cases Top 100,000  Eater LA
  3. L.A. County coronavirus cases surge past 100,000  Los Angeles Times
  4. L.A. County reports 2,903 new COVID-19 cases, highest number ever since pandemic hit: Officials  KTLA Los Angeles
  5. Los Angeles County Coronavirus Sets New Record For Daily Coronavirus Cases As Total Infections Pass 100,000  Deadline
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This is the scenario that L.A. County health officials most feared — that reopening would coincide with sudden jumps in coronavirus transmission.This is the scenario that L.A. County health officials most feared — that reopening would coincide with sudden jumps in coronavirus transmission.

With coronavirus surge, L.A. County may run out of ICU beds - Los Angeles Times

California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered all bars to close immediately in seven counties across the state - including Los Angeles - citing a rapid spread of coronavirus in the last few weeks.California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered all bars to close immediately in seven counties across the state - including Los Angeles - citing a rapid spread of coronavirus in the last few weeks.

Governor Newsom closes ALL bars in LA and six other California counties | Daily Mail Online

The US' most populous state introduced new measures as Texas and Florida also saw spikes in casesThe US' most populous state introduced new measures as Texas and Florida also saw spikes in cases

California orders some bars to close as US posts record number of coronavirus cases

Bars have been ordered to close in seven Californian counties just weeks after reopening after a surge in coronavirus cases.Leading US government adviser on coronavirus, Dr Anthony Fauci, has said the country has a 'serious problem'.

California closes bars two weeks after opening as US sees record surge | Metro News

In June, 55 percent of people testing positive in Contra Costa were 40 years and younger, compared to 38 percent for that group in April.In June, 55 percent of people testing positive in Contra Costa were 40 years and younger, compared to 38 percent for that group in April.

Contra Costa latest Bay Area county to pause reopening amid virus uptick | KRON4

The surge in new coronavirus cases in California has prompted the governor to order the immediate closure of bars in nine counties, and recommend it forThe surge in new coronavirus cases in California has prompted the governor to order the immediate closure of bars in nine counties, and recommend it for

With Coronavirus Surging, Governor Recommends Closure Of Ventura, Santa Barbara County Bars | KCLU

The state Governor has decided to shut bars in Los Angeles and in six other counties after the US was hit by a massive surge in the number of new coronavirus cases The state Governor has decided to shut bars in Los Angeles and in six other counties after the US was hit by a massive surge in the number of new coronavirus cases

California shuts down bars over fears drinkers are spreading coronavirus - Mirror Online

California ordered some bars to close on Sunday, the first major rollback of efforts to reopen the economy in the most populous U.S. state as novel coronavirus cases nationwide soar to record levels day after day.California ordered some bars to close on Sunday, the first major rollback of efforts to reopen the economy in the most populous U.S. state as novel coronavirus cases nationwide soar to record levels day after day.

Closing time for some California bars as U.S. posts record coronavirus cases - Reuters

California ordered some bars to close on Sunday, the first major rollback of efforts to reopen the economy in the most populous U.S. state as novel coronavirus cases nationwide soar to record levels day after day.California ordered some bars to close on Sunday, the first major rollback of efforts to reopen the economy in the most populous U.S. state as novel coronavirus cases nationwide soar to record levels day after day.

Closing time for some California bars as U.S. posts record coronavirus cases | Article [AMP] | Reuters

LA County Public Health officials are warning the public of 'alarming increases' in cases and hospitalizations as a coronavirus surge growsPublic Health officials say new projections show things getting much worse

Coronavirus Surge in LA County Has Officials Warning of 'Alarming' Trends

California has ordered some bars to close as the state and a dozen others in the US face the worst surge in coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic.California has ordered some bars to close as the state and a dozen others in the US face the worst surge in coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic.

California shuts bars, US cases hit a high | The Advertiser - Cessnock | Cessnock, NSW

Gov. Gavin Newsom briefed residents Monday as parts of the state put more stringent virus restrictions back in place.Gov. Gavin Newsom briefed residents Monday as parts of the state put more stringent virus restrictions back in place.

Newsom provides update as some counties reinstate stricter virus measures | FOX 5 San Diego

Gov. Gavin Newsom briefed residents Monday as parts of the state put more stringent virus restrictions back in place.

Newsom provides update as some counties reinstate stricter virus measures | FOX 5 San Diego

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Two US states have now clamped down on bars and alcohol consumption again as the country's daily number of coronavirus cases surged to an all-time high.

US states curb alcohol sales as coronavirus cases surge

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Gavin Newsom Orders Closure Of Bars In California As Coronavirus Cases Surge – Deadline

Beaches, piers and bike paths will be closed in Los Angeles County for the July 4 weekend, officials said Monday.Beaches, piers and bike paths will be closed in Los Angeles County for the July 4 weekend, officials said Monday.

4th of July 2020: LA County beaches to close over holiday weekend, officials say | abc7.com

More than half a million people have died in the coronavirus pandemic, an AFP tally showed Sunday, as bars in Los Angeles were ordered to close again due to surging cases in the United States. The worldwide number of recorded infections is now just over 10 million from the virus that first...More than half a million people have died in the coronavirus pandemic, an AFP tally showed Sunday, as bars in Los Angeles were ordered to close again due to surging cases in the United States. The worldwide number of recorded infections is now just over 10 million from the virus that first...

Global coronavirus death toll hits 500,000

Under the order, it is now illegal to trespass at the affected locations and is punishable by law to include, but not limited to, a $1,000 fine, officials said.Under the order, it is now illegal to trespass at the affected locations and is punishable by law to include, but not limited to, a $1,000 fine, officials said.

LA County Beaches, Piers, Bike Paths Closed For Fourth Of July Weekend – CBS Los Angeles

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Many Los Angeles residents and businesses aren't following reopening guidelines, and it's becoming a problem, health officials say. While Los Angeles County has been California's COVID-19 epicenter since the virus first started spreading, its situation was relatively contained in comparison with the East Coast. But new data shows that fate is changing, with Los Angeles County's Director of Public Health Barbara Ferrer warning of "alarming increases in cases, positivity rates, and hospitalization," in a Monday press conference. So far, 98,000 people have tested positive and 3,300 people have died in L.A. County from COVID-19. Those trends have seen an uptick in the last few weeks, with L.A. County’s Director of Health Services Christina Ghaly noting growing hospitalizations is seemingly stemming from an "increase in transmission." L.A. health experts said the transmission rate began spiking over Memorial Day weekend, as businesses reopened and people failed to wear masks and take other measures to keep safe as they returned to normal life, and Ferrer specifically cited an "explosion of new outbreaks in workplaces." The skyrocketing transmission rate will soon turn into a skyrocketing hospitalization rate, health leaders said Monday. So for the first time since the coronavirus began to subside in Los Angeles, the county is now predicting it could run out of hospital beds in two to three weeks. ICU beds could also be filled up sometime in July, though hospitals around the world have found ways to increase their capacities throughout the pandemic. Read more at the Los Angeles Times. Kathryn Krawczyk

Los Angeles could run out of hospital beds in 2–3 weeks amid an 'explosion' of new coronavirus outbreaks

Yesterday California had 5,307 new COVID-19 positive tests, compared to 4,810 new cases the day prior.

Newsom Raises Alarm About Rising Number Of COVID-19 Cases | myMotherLode.com

Contra Costa County health officials are putting the brakes on the reopening of a slew of businesses and activities as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations from the illness r…

Contra Costa to delay reopening as COVID cases rise

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday ordered bars that have opened in seven California counties, including Los Angeles, to immediately close and urged bars in eight other counties to do the same, saying the coronavirus was rapidly spreading in those parts of the state and that bar settings create a higher risk of transmission. Los Angeles […]Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday ordered bars that have opened in seven California counties, including Los Angeles, to immediately close and urged bars in eight other counties to do the same, saying the…

COVID-19 spread prompts state order to close L.A. County bars; shutdown recommended in Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties | KTLA

On Sunday, Newsom ordered bars that recently reopened in seven counties to immediately close and urged bars in eight other counties to do the same, saying the coronavirus was rapidly spreading in those parts of the state and that bar settings create a higher risk of transmission.On Sunday, Newsom ordered bars that recently reopened in seven counties to immediately close and urged bars in eight other counties to do the same, saying the coronavirus was rapidly spreading in those parts of the state and that bar settings create a higher risk of transmission.

CCHS will postpone indefinitely its reopening timeline for businesses that had been slated to return on Wednesday, citing the need to better contain the COVID-19 pandemic amid recent upticks in cases and hospitalizations.CCHS will postpone indefinitely its reopening timeline for businesses that had been slated to return on Wednesday, citing the need to better contain the COVID-19 pandemic amid recent upticks in cases and hospitalizations.

Contra Costa Health delays reopening timeline indefinitely | News | DanvilleSanRamon.com |

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that Orange County and three other counties were being closely monitored for worsening COVID-19 trends as the state attempts to mitigate the spread of the virus.Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that Orange County and three other counties were being closely monitored for worsening COVID-19 trends as the state attempts to mitigate the spread of the virus.

Gov. Gavin Newsom adds Orange County to monitoring list as COVID-19 cases surge | abc7.com

Newsom said there were seven counties, including Los Angeles, that likely would need to step back their reopenings.Newsom said there were seven counties, including Los Angeles, that likely would need to step back their reopenings.

California Gov. Newsom: Los Angeles County May Close Back Down Soon – Deadline

L.A. beaches, piers, beach bike paths and beach access points will be closed Friday through Monday for the Fourth of July weekend.L.A. beaches, piers, beach bike paths and beach access points will be closed Friday through Monday for the Fourth of July weekend.

Los Angeles Beaches To Close For Fourth Of July Amid Coronavirus Spike – Deadline

The new additions include: Solano, Merced, Orange and Glenn counties, bringing the total to 19.The new additions include: Solano, Merced, Orange and Glenn counties, bringing the total to 19.

More California counties added to coronavirus watch list

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health announced Monday that key metrics are revealing "alarming" rates of community spread and the county is moving quickly toward "overwhelming" its hospitals.

Los Angeles County may run out of hospital beds in 2 weeks - SFGate

The latest count comes as worry looms once again that the region’s hospitals could be overtaxed.

At 2,903, LA County shatters record for daily coronavirus cases; total pushes past 100,000 – Daily News

At least 12 states have paused or rolled back plans to reopen, hoping the move will slow further spread of the virus. At least 12 states have paused or rolled back plans to reopen, hoping the move will slow further spread of the virus.

What you need to know about COVID-19: Some states bring back restrictions, hope to slow cases

Los Angeles County health officials issued a warning Monday that there are "alarming increases" in positive COVID-19 cases. "I know we all want to go back to normal but we are nowhere near that," said Dr. Christina Ghaly, L.A. County’s director of health service, in a Monday press conference.

L.A. County Health Officials Warn of "Alarming Increases" in COVID-19 Cases | Hollywood Reporter

Gov. Gavin Newsom and public health officials are requiring bars close immediately in Fresno, Imperial, Kern, Kings, San Joaquin and Tulare counties, in addition to Los Angeles.Gov. Gavin Newsom and public health officials are requiring bars close immediately in Fresno, Imperial, Kern, Kings, San Joaquin and Tulare counties, in addition to Los Angeles.

California Mandates Bars Close In Seven Counties, Including Los Angeles, And Recommends Closures In Sacramento - capradio.org

As more California counties reopen, state health officials are also monitoring certain counties that aren’t meeting specific targets related to curbing coronavirus cases.As more California counties reopen, state health officials are also monitoring certain counties that aren’t meeting specific targets related to curbing coronavirus cases.

Glenn County among 19 counties on the state’s coronavirus watch list

Gov. Gavin Newsom is holding a press briefing to provide an update on the state’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak.Gov. Gavin Newsom is holding a press briefing to provide an update on the state’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Gov. Newsom provides an update on the state’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak

Los Angeles County health officials on Monday offered a dire warning over an "alarming" spike in coronavirus cases as the pandemic continues to worsen in the region weeks after a phased reopening. Los Angeles County health officials on Monday offered a dire warning over an "alarming" spike in coronavirus cases as the pandemic continues to worsen in the region weeks after a phased reopening. 

Due to an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases reported in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom said...

Gov. Gavin Newsom orders closure of bars in several counties - KION546

An alarming jump in COVID-19 cases was reported on Monday, bringing Los Angeles County’s total past the 100,000 marker, and reinforcing the threat of the virus to the county’s 10 million residents and its ability to hospitalize those who are infected. Officials reported another 2,903 coronavirus cases, the most ever reported in the county since […]An alarming jump in COVID-19 cases was reported on Monday, bringing Los Angeles County’s total past the 100,000 marker, and reinforcing the threat of the virus to the county’s 10 millio…

L.A. County reports 2,903 new COVID-19 cases, highest number ever since pandemic hit: Officials | KTLA

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Department Director Barbara Ferrer said that the county saw 2,903 new cases on Monday, a record high. The coronavirus has now infected a total of 100,772 people in L.A. County.Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Department Director Barbara Ferrer said that the county saw 2,903 new cases on Monday, a record high. The coronavirus has now infected a total of 100,…

Los Angeles County Coronavirus Sets New Daily Coronavirus Case Record – Deadline

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lost Hills Station announced that all LA County beaches, piers, access points and bike paths were to close for the...The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lost Hills Station announced that all LA County beaches, piers, access points and bike paths were to close for the Fourth of July weekend. Though the LA County Public Health Department did not announce the sweeping step in an early afternoon news conference, despite being asked. The Lost Hills station made the announcement via…

LA County Beaches Closed for Fourth of July Weekend – NBC Los Angeles

California added four more counties, including Solano, to its watch list of places with concerning growth in their local coronavirus outbreaks, as Gov. Gavin Newsom hinted that he could renew some restrictions on public life. <p>California added four more counties, including Solano, to its watch list of places with concerning growth in their local coronavirus outbreaks, as Gov. Gavin Newsom hinted that he could renew some restrictions on public life.</p>

Newsom hints at renewed restrictions in California: ‘We don’t like the trend line’ - SFChronicle.com

LOS ANGELES: California on Sunday (Jun 28) ordered some bars to close, the first major rollback of efforts to reopen the economy in the most ...LOS ANGELES: California on Sunday (Jun 28) ordered some bars to close, the first major rollback of efforts to reopen the economy in the most ...

Closing time for some California bars as US posts record COVID-19 cases - CNA

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that Orange County and three other counties were being closely monitored for worsening COVID-19 trends as the state attempts to mitigate the spread of the virus.Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that Orange County and three other counties were being closely monitored for worsening COVID-19 trends as the state attempts to mitigate the spread of the virus.

KHANNA, LEE AND SOLIS get CADems nod to lead convention — NEWSOM closes bars in seven counties — BET’s big WILLIE BROWN booboo — CA cities embracing cannabis cash - POLITICO

Health officials warned on Monday that in coming weeks there may not be enough hospital beds to accommodate patients as COVID-19 cases surge in Los Angeles County.Health officials warned on Monday that in coming weeks there may not be enough hospital beds to accommodate patients as COVID-19 cases surge in Los Angeles County.