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So When, Really, Is LA County Going to Reopen For Indoor Restaurant Dining?

So When, Really, Is LA County Going to Reopen For Indoor Restaurant Dining?
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With yesterday’s news that Orange County could once again reopen for limited indoor dining, a primary question has been floating around LA proper: When is that happening here? Currently, Los Angeles County — home to a quarter of the state’s population and the highest concentration of COVID-19 cases — sits in the state’s highest reopening tier, part of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s color-coded scheme to use trackable data as a way to slowly modify certain public health orders. But that could be changing, and soon. As it stands now, Los Angeles County as well as nearby Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Kern counties, sit in the purple tier, the highest rating for counties at risk of community spread of the coronavirus. The two metrics used to determine those tiers are adjusted case rates (based on the number of new cases per day per 100,000 people) and the positivity rate, which tracks the number of confirmed new cases based on testing. Here are the benchmarks for each colored tier: So where does Los Angeles fall in terms of the data ? Right now the county adjusted case rate is 9.6, above the less-than-seven dividing line needed to move to the next […]

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