LA & OC Move To Orange Tier

With "an abundance of caution", LA & OC are close to reaching Orange Tier. As you might remember, dopey Gavin Newsom put in place these weird "tiers" which list restrictions and conditions depending on county transmission and "health-equity" rates.

We seem to be reaching a point where we can begin to open up and get back to normal.

From the El Segundo Times:

California counties that reach the orange tier can allow bars to reopen outdoors with some modifications. Bars will no longer be required to also serve food.
Capacity restrictions can also be lifted in stores, although social distancing and other pandemic safety modifications still apply; houses of worship, museums, zoos and aquariums can raise their indoor capacity from 25% to 50%; restaurants and movie theaters can raise indoor capacity from 25% or 100 people (whichever is fewer) to 50% capacity or 200 people; and indoor gyms and yoga studios increase from 10% to 25%.
Bowling alleys can reopen with modifications at 25% capacity. Card rooms and satellite wagering sites can also reopen indoors at 25% capacity.
Offices in nonessential industries can also reopen, though the state says workers should still be encouraged to work remotely.

Steve Gregory from KFI News has been following these developments closely and got many details today.

Our first question is what about the TV's ???


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