Governor Gavin Newsom announced that effective July 13, 2020 all counties, including Los Angeles County, and Culver City, are required to close the following indoor operations unless they can be modified to operate outside or by pick-up:
Gyms and Fitness centers
Offices for non-critical infrastructure sectors as identified by the State of California
Personal care services, like nail salons, body waxing and tattoo parlors
Hair salons and barbershops
The reason for the new orders is the recent increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Bars, indoor dining at restaurants, indoor museums, indoor operations at zoos and aquariums, and card rooms and satellite wagering facilities remain closed in Los Angeles County, including Culver City, and all events and gatherings are prohibited unless specifically allowed by the LA County Health Officer Order.
All persons and businesses in Culver City must follow the Governor’s new orders. 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. A full list of what is allowed to be open and what is required to be closed is available on the City’s webpage.
Additional information will be posted to the City’s Coronavirus webpage as it is released by the County of Los Angeles and the State of California.