Garcetti announces Los Angeles can reopen for in-person shopping starting Wednesday with safety protocols

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday that all retail businesses may reopen for in-person shopping starting Wednesday and that houses of worship can resume, as long as they adopt the county's COVID-19 safety protocols.

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He says although all retail businesses will be allowed to let customers into their shops, personal service locations like hair salons will not be permitted to reopen, and dining in at restaurants will still not be allowed just yet.

The announcement today comes after Governor Newsom gave the green light for 47 California counties, not including Los Angeles,  to reopen barbershops and hair salons.

Garcetti also announced, that houses of worship in Los Angeles will be allowed to reopen Wednesday at 25% of their capacity or less than 100 people, whichever is smaller.

CNS contributed.

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