Eases LA County coronovirus ban for breweries, wineries and tattoo shops

LOS ANGELES (KABC) – Los Angeles County on Wednesday moved to relax some of the restrictions on businesses that have risen in coronovirus cases in recent weeks by moving the county out of the most restrictive levels of the state’s reopening plan Has stopped.The new amendments will make it easier for customers who want to visit a winery or brewery in La County.

As long as customers make reservations 24 hours in advance, breweries and wineries were allowed to reopen for outdoor sit-down service weeks ago, but new regulations would remove the need to remove reservations.The health system will also eliminate the requirement that winners are required to serve food to eat outside.

Watch | In the last 7 months, we have learned 7 things about COVID-19

The family recreation center, which includes batting cages and miniature golf, will also reopen on the road.

“I hope it provides much-needed relief and relief for residents who are seeking some activities outside their homes,” LA County Supervisor Catherine Barger said during the coronavirus briefing.

The county says tattoo shops, massage businesses and other personal service providers may be allowed to reopen indoors early Friday with some restrictions.

LA County Public Health Director Drs. Barbara Ferrer said, “They can now move indoors again, but again with modifications that create a lot of protection for both customers and workers.”

With the decline in the number of hospitalized patients and a steady decline in deaths, health officials still warn that LA County remains in a purple tier with extensive community transmissions of COVID-19.

“We are not careful when we interact more because we end up with spikes that we want to avoid,” Ferrer said.

Copyright © 2020 KABC-TV. All rights reserved.


Leave a Reply