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Party's Over For Seven California Counties As Governor Orders Closure Of Bars, Nightclubs

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Party's Over For Seven California Counties As Governor Orders Closure Of Bars, Nightclubs

Party's Over For Seven California Counties As Governor Orders Closure Of Bars, Nightclubs

California has seen a jump in new novel coronavirus COVID-19 cases, and Gov.

Gavin Newsom is cracking down.

According to Business Insider, Gov.

Newsom ordered bars and nightlife spots to close in seven of the state's counties, including Los Angeles.

Newsom acted after California saw a rise in new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.

COVID-19 is still circulating in California, and in some parts of the state, growing stronger.

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