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Coronavirus restrictions are again imposed on more than 28 million state residents in California

July 2, 2020

The state of California has imposed several restrictions due to the increase in infections previously imposed by the corona virus in a number of counties with more than 28 million inhabitants.

In particular, Governor of California Gavin Newsom ordered “with immediate effect” the closure of activities that shelter restaurants, cinemas, family recreation facilities, zoos and museums while bars have to “shut down” everyone. Your activities.

The measure, which will be in effect for at least the next three weeks, affects a total of 19 districts, in which 72 percent of the entire California population live, as Newsom himself reports on his Twitter account. He has justified his decision that “COVID-19 continues to expand at an alarming rate”.

Coronavirus restrictions are again imposed on more than 28 million state residents in CaliforniaCoronavirus restrictions are again imposed on more than 28 million state residents in California

“The conclusion is that the spread of this virus continues to be particularly worrying,” he said, referring to the fact that the percentage of infections is increasing, as the CNN television station reports. According to the California Department of Health, nearly 223,000 positive results have been confirmed in the state and the number of deaths is close to 6,000.