Some restaurant workers and customers in Westwood said the reopening of outdoor dining on Friday may be good for businesses, but they are concerned about high COVID-19 case numbers in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles County met its previously established criteria to enact a stay-at-home order after a record number of COVID-19 cases Monday.
LA County health officials previously warned it may enact a three-week stay-at-home order if the five-day average number of new COVID-19 cases passed 4,500 – the county reached a 4,533 five-day average Monday.
This post was updated Nov. 20 at 3:25 p.m.
The chair of a local neighborhood council recently announced plans to run for Los Angeles City Council for the 5th District in the 2022 election cycle.
Los Angeles County will implement restrictions on nonessential businesses starting Friday and is considering a countywide curfew because of rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Restaurants, bars and other nonessential retail businesses must close between 10 p.m.
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