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Sacramento bar, nightclub, grocery store close after COVID cases

  • Bars ordered closed in 7 California counties as coronavirus resurges. Whats next?

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    As coronavirus makes a resurgence in California, Gov. Newsom ordered bars in 7 counties to close. But several other counties are being closely watched, too.

  • California closes indoor dining and bars in 19 counties, including LA

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    California has ordered indoor businesses, including restaurants and movie theaters, to close across 19 counties as the state grapples with a resurgence of coronavirus cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday.

    Effective immediately, businesses with indoor operations in counties that have been on the state’s “County Monitoring List” for three consecutive days will be required to close. The order applies to some of the state’s biggest counties: Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Santa Barbara.

    Indoor businesses required to close include restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos, museums and cardrooms, Newsom said at a press briefing. The updated guidance will remain in place for at least three weeks.

    He said the order doesn’t require businesses to close entirely but requires them to move operations outdoors if possible.

    California reported a record 9,740 additional cases on Tuesday, a 4.4% increase from a day earlier, according to the state’s Covid-19 website. California’s positivity rate, or the percentage of total tests returning positive, has increased gradually in June to roughly 6%, Newsom said.

    The state will also ramp up its enforcement of recommended social distancing guidelines and face-covering requirements, Newsom said. Seven agencies will come together to form a “strike team” that will target noncompliant workplaces, he said.

    “It’s more education. I’m not coming out with a fist,” Newsom said. “We want to come out with an open heart, recognizing the magnitude of some of these modifications.”

    Ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, Newsom asked localities with mandatory closures to consider canceling fireworks shows to discourage crowds. The state will close parking facilities at state beaches in southern California and the Bay Area, he said.

    On Sunday, Newsom required bars in a handful of counties with rising cases to close their doors, following similar decisions made in Texas and Florida. Apple announced earlier on Wednesday that it would be closing 15 stores in the state due to an increasing number of cases.

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  • Californias call for backtrack in reopening, closing bars in some counties

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    A surge in coronavirus cases in California counties caused action from the state. Governor Newsom called for bars to close in some counties like San Joaquin County.

  • Sacramento County On State Watch List For Coronavirus Cases

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    Over the last three weeks, Sacramento County has seen a dramatic uptick in coronavirus cases.

  • Coronavirus: States roll back reopening plans as U.S. COVID-19 cases surge

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    In the U.S., Florida and Texas are once again shutting down many public spaces - including bars and beaches - as COVID-19 cases rapidly rise in those states and 30 others across the country. Jennifer Johnson reports.

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  • Sacramento bar, nightclub, grocery store close after COVID cases

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    This week, three Sacramento businesses decided to temporarily close after people who frequented the establishments tested positive for COVID-19: Badlands night club, The Depot Bar and Corti Brothers grocery store. Badlands nightclub and The Depot Bar in Midtown Sacramento closed on Friday. They just reopened a week prior. Despite their best efforts of requiring customers to wear a mask and keep their distance, they temporarily closed their doors again after finding out a customer who came on reopening day felt symptoms a couple of days later and then tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • 2 bars, 1 grocery store in Sacramento close after learning recent customer test positive for coronav

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    The Depot, Badlands, and Corti Brothers have all temporarily closed to deep clean following revelations that someone tested positive for coronavirus.

  • Sacramento officials say new COVID-19 cases are from private indoor gatherings

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    Stanislaus County is also attributing the county's spike in cases to in-home gatherings. Both counties have now slowed the reopening process and closed bars.

  • Sacramento County on state watch list due to surge in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations

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    Sacramento County has been put on a watch list by the California Department of Public Health after a recent surge in coronavirus-related hospitalizations.

  • Sacramento closes down bars, again, as coronavirus cases rise

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    Sacramento has closed down bars just weeks after reopening as the number of coronavirus cases continue to rise.

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  • Sacramento bar closes after customer tests positive for COVID-19

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    Restaurant and bars haven't even been open for two weeks, and Sacramento is already seeing a couple of them closing due to novel coronavirus concerns. While Zebra Club and Melting Pot are closed again because of COVID-19, one pub is completely reopening after three months. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • Sacramento coronavirus cases continue to rise with 154 new cases

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    We continue to see a pretty drastic increase in cases, said Sacramento County Spokesperson Janna Haynes.

  • Bars Ordered To Close

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    Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered bars in several California counties, including San Joaquin, to close Sunday, citing the rising spread of coronavirus.

  • Sacramento Bars Ordered To Close

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    The public health department is closing all bars after a rise in coronavirus cases.

  • 13 school districts in Sacramento County shutdown due to coronavirus

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    13 school districts in Sacramento County shutdown due to coronavirus (COVID-19)

    With the coronavirus [COVID-19] spreading across the country, some agencies and school districts are taking proactive measures to limit person-to-person contact and flatten the curve of infection.

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  • Last Call Again For Sacramento Bars

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    Bars are being ordered to close again ahead of the Fourth of July weekend in Sacramento County as coronavirus cases continue to rise.

  • California Coronavirus; Gov. Gavin Newsom talks COVID-19, advises bar & restaurant closure

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    California Coronavirus; Gov. Gavin Newsom talks COVID-19, advises bar & restaurant closure
    California restaurants, bars should close amid coronavirus pandemic

    California Gov. Gavin Newsom gives an update on the state's response to coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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  • Sacramento Bars Ordered To Close After A Couple Weeks

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    Citing a rise in coronavirus cases, the county public health department ordered all bars to close by 6 p.m. Monday.

  • Bars Rolling Back

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    Bars in 15 California counties were ordered or recommended to close by the state on Sunday, including Sacramento, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties.

  • Sacramento businesses prepare as COVID-19 cases spike

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    As Texas puts a pause on reopening plans and Florida shuts down all bars on Friday due to coronavirus spikes, Sacramento businesses are on alert about what they could mean for California potentially closing back up. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday he has no plans to reshutter the state and that he is leaving that decision up to each individual county. However, Newsom also said that could change. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • Bar closure guidelines from Gov. Newsom come as shock Sacramento bar owners

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    Some Sacramento breweries don't intend to follow the new guidelines from Gov. Gavin Newsom on bar closures unless they become mandatory.

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  • 3 Midtown Bars Closed After Customers Test Positive for COVID-19

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    Two more Sacramento bars shut their doors once again after only days of being open after learning a customer tested positive for COVID-19. This comes as other states nationwide are rolling back reopening on bars, because of a virus surge.

  • Young people make up majority of new coronavirus cases in Sacramento County

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    Young people have accounted for 70% of new coronavirus cases recorded in Sacramento in the last few weeks, health officials said.

  • Sacramento County Sees Increase In Hospitalizations

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    Sacramento hit a one-day coronavirus record with 154 new cases.

  • Coronavirus In California: Latest Numbers

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    The state recorded a record 5,019 new COVID-19 cases on Monday.

  • Sacramento Countys latest coronavirus health order lets more businesses reopen | Daily Blend

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    More people could be headed back to work on Monday as Sacramento County eases some coronavirus restrictions that allow more businesses to reopen.

  • Bars in Sacramento prepare to reopen Friday

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    Beginning Friday, bars in four Northern California counties can start pouring drinks again. It's part of the state’s Stage 3 reopening plan. Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and El Dorado counties must follow strict public health guidelines in order to serve customers again amid the novel coronavirus outbreak. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • Sacramento businesses feeling the effects of Newsom’s closure call amid coronavirus outbreak

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    Gov. Gavin Newsom and California health officials gave an update Sunday on the state’s response to COVID-19. In addition to calling for the home isolation of seniors and those with chronic conditions, he also urged for the closure of bars, nightclubs, brewpubs and wineries to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Newsom also called on restaurants to cut occupancy in half to give customers more space to practice social distancing. Watch the video above for the full story.

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  • Governor Newsom orders bars in seven counties to close due to spike in COVID-19 cases

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    Governor Newsom orders bars in seven counties to close due to spike in COVID-19 cases

  • USA: Gov. Newsom orders bars closed in LA and 6 other counties as COVID cases surge

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    California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered on Sunday bars and nightspots to close in seven counties, including Los Angeles, and recommended closures in eight other counties amid the spike in coronavirus cases in the whole state.

    Several bars on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles were seen preparing for closure and already offering takeaway service.

    Newsom's order shuts down all bars, breweries and pubs that sell alcoholic drinks without serving food at the same time.

    The move followed a similar decision in Texas and Florida on Friday, as US health officials have recognised bars as the riskiest non-essential businesses currently open.

    Many LA bar owners said that despite the fact the governor's decision will affect their businesses, many still respect the move calling it smart.

    The United States surpassed 2,5 million confirmed COVID cases with more than 217,000 cases in the state of California and over 5,905 deaths related to the virus.

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  • Pretty convenient. Shared scooters return to Sacramento after coronavirus shutdown

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    Cecilia Tamayo, left, and Courtney Lovato pick up Spin scooters at Brooks Truitt Park in midtown during their lunch on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Shared rideables began returning to Sacramento after companies removed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Sacramento restaurants affected by coronavirus concerns

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    Coronavirus concerns are now spreading into Sacramento nightlife. The co-owner of Hook & Ladder Manufacturing Co. said they have definitely seen a slow down. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • How Sac County restaurants are readjusting to second round of closures

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    Restaurants in 19 counties are quickly reshuffling following the governor’s rollback in indoor dining just before the holiday weekend. However, bars have been forced to close completely. Some, like Club Raven -- one of the oldest bars in Sacramento -- believe they did everything right, and that it’s unfair to paint bars with such a broad brush. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • Florida Keys bars caught off guard when state announces bars must close

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  • Personal care services allowed to reopen in Sacramento County

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    Nail salons, tattoo parlors, and other personal care services have been given the green light to reopen in Sacramento County.

  • Tracking coronavirus cases in Sacramento County, South Sacramento sees a spike

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    As Sacramento County sees a spike in coronavirus cases, one area in South Sacramento now has the second-most cases in the county.

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  • California closes bars, indoor dining in most of state

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    California dramatically rolled back efforts to reopen its economy, banning indoor restaurant dining in much of the state, closing bars and stepping up enforcement of the restrictions as COVID-19 infections surge.

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  • Popular nightclub making changes after cases of COVID-19 emerge

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    Management at a popular Atlanta nightclub said they are going to make some major changes after multiple cases of COVID-19 were reported there in the past week.

  • California counties phase out COVID-19 reusable bag ban

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    One rule put in place to slow the spread of coronavirus is starting to go away. The temporary ban on reusable bags at grocery stores was put in place over concerns that they could potentially carry the virus and spread COVID-19 in stores.

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  • Newsom cites bars, beaches as coronavirus hotspot concerns

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    Newsom cites bars, beaches as coronavirus hotspot concerns

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  • Coronavirus: You can no longer drink alcohol at bars in Florida

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    With coronavirus numbers climbing and cases trending younger, Florida officials made the decision to immediately prohibit the consumption of alcohol at bars statewide -- again.

  • 3 Valley counties on Californias COVID-19 watchlist

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    California is urging Imperial County, near the southern border, to reinstate its stay-at-home order because of a soaring number of new cases. Imperial and 14 other counties are on a watchlist because of an increase in cases and hospitalizations. Three of those counties are in the Valley: Sacramento, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus counties are on notice. All three counties are on the list because the number of COVID-19 cases are being closely monitored. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • Eyewitness News California ordering bars to close in some counties, bars and breweries in Fresno Co.

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    California ordering bars to close in some counties, bars and breweries in Fresno Co. forced to shut down

  • W. MI health expert: Bars becoming COVID-19 hot spots

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    As Florida and Texas close bars following a surge in COVID-19 cases, West Michigan health experts say we could be next if we’re not careful. (June 26, 2020)

  • Coronavirus Surge: Several States Pause Reopening

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    Nearly 40,000 coronavirus cases were reported yesterday across the United States. And now, several states are putting their reopening plans on pause with both Texas and Florida closing bars.

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  • Expert highlights possible reasons for COVID-19 cases increase

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    The number of COVID-19 cases is climbing across the U.S. and California. UC Davis Health infectious disease specialist Dr. Dean Blumberg said there is truly an increase in cases in the state and that more testing only accounts for part of increase. He explained there are several reasons for the increased spread of the novel coronavirus, including in-home gatherings. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • Community helps man living on Sacramento streets

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    The Sacramento community came together to help a man living on the streets. Robert Crittle was devasted when he heard that his thrift store was closing. Because he is homeless, Crittle said the store was one of the few places he could find affordable clothes. A Sacramento woman saw the story and teamed up with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office and a nonprofit to help Crittle. Get the full story in the video above.

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  • Newsom Warns Another Shutdown Looms If Coronavirus Cases Continue To Rise

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    Just as businesses across the state are beginning to reopen, Gov. Newsom warns they may have to shut down again if the rate of coronavirus hospitalizations and infections continues to climb.

  • New guidelines for churches, gyms amid COVID-19 outbreak

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    New guidelines for churches, gyms amid COVID-19 outbreak

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  • Coronavirus headlines: July 1, 2020

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    Coronavirus headlines: July 1, 2020

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