Beverly Hills, CA – The County of Los Angeles announced Tuesday evening its plan to tighten its restrictions and implement a curfew for non-essential businesses beginning Friday, November 20th due to a significant increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations throughout the County.
The following measures to go into effect Friday include:
- Implementing a curfew for restaurants, breweries, wineries, bars and all other non-essential retail establishments requiring them to close from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Limiting maximum capacity to 25% for non-essential indoor businesses such as retail stores, offices and personal care services;
- Limiting maximum capacity to 50% for outdoor restaurants, breweries and wineries;
- Limiting maximum capacity to 50% at cardrooms, outdoor mini-golf, go-karts and batting cages;
- Requiring appointments-only at personal care establishments;
- Prohibiting services that require customers to remove their face coverings such as facials and shaves and not allowing food and drinks to be served to customers at these establishments.
This update impacts businesses in the City of Beverly Hills that fall within these categories to have these modifications in place by Friday. When provided by the County, the updated appendix protocols and Health Order will be available at beverlyhills.org/coronavirus.
For LA County residents, outdoor gatherings remain the only gatherings permitted at this time and are limited to 15 people maximum who are members of no more than three households.
At this time, the County is reporting 2,884 cases as the five-day average and 1,126 hospitalized patients. If the five-day average of cases in the County becomes 4,000 or more or hospitalizations are more than 1,750 per day, the following restriction will be added by the County:
- Prohibiting indoor and outdoor dining (except for pick-up or delivery) or mandating a Safer at Home order with a curfew for three weeks.
For additional information or questions about the County’s updated Order, please email email@example.com.