SLO County and Many Others Back in Purple Tier •

According to Newsom, the State is considering a curfew.

SACRIAMENTO – The district of San Luis Obispo is one of the many districts in California that returned on Monday for the state’s opening plan. The SLO, together with some other districts, went from red to the most difficult purple phase in the project for a safer economy.

Monday the 16th. In November, Governor Gavin Newsome said he pulled the emergency brake when he announced that almost every province in the state would move to the purple plain. On Monday there were 13 states in the Purple Tier. Currently 41 of the 58 provinces of the state are in the most restrictive phase.

In addition to the district restrictions, the government plans to introduce new restrictions on commercial activities. Newsome also referred to strengthening the mandate of masks throughout the state.

Newsom reported that the state is studying studies from France, Germany and Saudi Arabia on the effectiveness of their curfew strategies. He mentioned Massachusetts and Virginia as examples of what California can look like.

According to Newsom, curfew restrictions are likely to affect certain industries and commercial activities.

The purple value indicates that COVID-19 is widely used throughout the province. California classifies each of its 58 counties into one of four color levels in an effort to control the spread of COVID-19. Mr Newsom said companies only have 24 hours instead of 72 hours to comply with the new restrictions.

In the Purple Tier, restaurants, places of worship, wine tasting rooms and fitness centres will only function in the open air. Among other things, the capacity of the points of sale is limited to 25%.

Schools that are open to face-to-face learning can continue to do so. However, no additional schools may be opened for students in the classrooms. Hairdressers and hairdressers can still work indoors with restrictions.

Eleven districts returned to their previous level last week after a sharp increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, and more districts, including SLA, did nothing this week.

On Monday, health authorities in San Luis Obispo County reported 212 new cases of COVID-19 in the last three days – 118 on Saturday, November 14. 54, Sunday, November 15. and 40 on Monday, November 16. November – bringing the total number of cases in the district to 5,240, of which 4,563 were cured.

Most of the new cases in SLO County were inhabitants of Paso Robles, the city of SLO and the Cal Paulie campus. In the last three days 45 new cases have been reported in Paso Robles, 53 in the PLO’s and 26 on the Cal-Paulie campus.

The District SLO reported on Saturday that all 34 people were killed. COVID-19. The man was 70 years old and prone to serious illness due to underlying medical conditions, the Health Agency said on its Twitter page.

While some state hospitals are overloaded with 19 Covid cases, the SLA district is not seriously affected and only six hospitals, two of which are in intensive care, are currently operating.

In the past three days, 80 new cases of KOVID-19 have been registered in the communities of the Northern District – 44 on Saturdays, 13 on Sundays and 23 on Mondays.

Since the first one. On 11 November the SLA 908 district reported new cases of COVID-19.

Newsom reported that the number of COVID 19 cases in California doubled last week, with 10,968 new cases reported on Monday. According to him, this is the highest growth rate the government experienced during the pandemic. On Thursday, California surpassed the one million mark for COVID-19.

According to Newsome, the number of hospital beds occupied by coronavirus patients has increased by 48% in the last two weeks alone. The number of patients in intensive care with VIDOC-19 increased by 38% over the same period.

Mr Newsom also apologised for the last time he attended a birthday party in Napa, contrary to COWID-19 government guidelines.

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