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Home / News / Business / LA County Barbershops, Indoor Shopping Centers To Remain Closed Despite New State Guidelines

LA County Barbershops, Indoor Shopping Centers To Remain Closed Despite New State Guidelines

LA County Barbershops, Indoor Shopping Centers To Remain Closed Despite New State Guidelines
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Non-essential indoor operations at hair salons, shopping malls, and other businesses in Los Angeles County will not reopen next week, despite the state’s new guidelines that allow them to do so. Gov. Gavin Newsom unveiled a four-tier color-coded system on Friday to label the risk of COVID-19 spreading in the state’s various counties under plans for reopening businesses that were shuttered in July amid soaring coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. Under the system, county non-essential indoor business operations are closed if there are more than 7 daily new cases per 100,000. County risk drops to “substantial” when there are between 4 to 7 daily new cases per 100,000, according to the metric. Currently, L.A. County remains under a purple classification, which indicates widespread risk of infection. While most indoor operations must remain closed under the purple tier, the new system does authorize a county at any tier to allow the reopening of indoor barbershops and hair salons , as well as the reopening of indoor shopping malls at 25% capacity beginning on Monday. However, L.A. county officials said Friday that they have not had the chance to fully review the state’s new guidelines, and the local […]

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