The order also states that businesses violating the order could receive stiffer penalties of up to $500, although it does allow restaurants and stores within beach parks to remain open.
The closure of Los Angeles beaches over July 4 weekend was ordered by county officials Monday "to prevent risky crowding", as confirmed cases of COVID-19 continue to rise. On Monday, officials announced more than 2,900 new cases of COVID-19, the highest single-day increase since the pandemic started.
"Closing the beaches and banning fireworks during this important summer vacation weekend was an incredibly hard decision to make, but it is the responsible decision to protect public health and protect our residents from a deadly virus", said Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County Director.
Los Angeles remains the county with the most cases and hospitalizations in all of California. Long Beach, which has a separate public health department, is not affected by these orders.
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"The fast increases in cases, positivity rates and hospitalizations are cause for all of us to have great concerns", she said. He also recommended that eight other counties in the most populous US state close their bars, as he urged Californians to "remain vigilant" against the virus. Testing results are available for more than 1,089,000 individuals, with 9 percent of people testing positive. The amenities will reopen Sunday morning, but the city may extend the closure "if it is believed the reopening will be detrimental to the health of the community", city officials said in a news release. According to Public Health, the cumulative positivity rate has increased from 8 percent to 9 percent, and the seven-day average of the daily positivity rate has increased from the lowest daily rate of 4.6 percent positivity in late May to 8.4 percent today.
As of 11 a.m., Thursday, the Florida Department of Health has reported 169,106 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, an increase of 10,109 from Wednesday's update.