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L.A. County adopts new stay-at-home order amid COVID surge – Los Angeles Times

The temporary and limited stay-at-home order that takes effect Monday in Los Angeles County is not as restrictive as limits adopted earlier this year.

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As the number of new coronavirus cases continued to rise in Los Angeles County, health officials Friday issued a temporary and limited stay-at-home order that will take effect Monday.
The restrictions, which will last for three weeks, are not as severe as those imposed this spring.
Residents are advised to stay home as much as possible and always wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when they are outside their household and around others, the county public health department said.
The order…

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