Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he is directing several counties on the state’s watch list to close indoor operations of certain sectors for a minimum of three weeks.
The Los Angeles County Health Officer Order will be modified today to align with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s directives and require the closure of Indoor, in-person dining at restaurants, Indoor museums, indoor children’s museums, and indoor operations at zoos and aquariums, as well as Cardrooms and satellite wagering facilities.
All persons and businesses in Culver City must follow the new Public Health Officer Order. The City of Culver City’s Public Order remains in place; if the County or State issues an order stricter than the City’s order, the stricter order must be followed.
Also, the Health Officer Order requires businesses with three or more known cases of COVID-19 within the workplace over the span of 14 days, to report the outbreak to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health). Employers who have one known case within the workplace must have a protocol that requires that person to self-isolate at home and anyone exposed to self-quarantine.
Bars remain closed, and all events and gatherings unless specifically allowed by the Order remain prohibited. Additionally, face coverings and gloves must be worn at fitness facilities at all times. Restaurants are closed for indoor dining. Outdoor dining, delivery and take-out permitted. Effective July 1 until further notice.
In addition, Beaches are closed, fireworks displays prohibited During 4th of July weekend. Public Health is ordering L.A. County beaches, piers, beach parking lots, beach bike paths that traverse the sanded portion of the beach, and beach access points temporarily closed from 12:01 AM on July 3 through July 6 at 5 AM to prevent dangerous crowding that results in the spread of deadly COVID-19.
For that same reason, Public Health is also prohibiting fireworks displays in the County this July 4th holiday weekend. Reminder, all fireworks are prohibited in Culver City, including “safe and sane” fireworks. All violators may be subject to fines and arrest if caught displaying or in possession of fireworks in Culver City.