LA restaurants close as California coronavirus hospitalizations hit highest point in months

LA restaurants close as California coronavirus hospitalizations hit highest point in months

LA restaurants are forced to close amid rise in COVID-19 cases as California coronavirus hospitalizations hit highest point since March - Some Los Angeles restaurants that have prevailed through the pandemic lockdowns are now closing their doors as cases rise, mainly due to the Indian 'Delta' Covid variant - It comes as they all see an increase in cases and California has seen infections rise to 5,063 per day, a 160% increase from 1,946 two weeks ago - Bottega Louie, The Village Idiot and Broken Spanish have all posted on their Instagram pages about closing - The Village Idiot said it closed because a fully vaccinated staff member was diagnosed with the virus - At least 17 counties in California - making up more than half of the state's residents - are urging residents to wear masks indoors - California hospitalizations due to Covid-19 have more than doubled in the last month, according to the Los Angeles Times - On Tuesday, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot suggested she may masks mandatory like Los Angeles County as cases increase 164% in a …
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