Newsom imposes new restrictions on businesses as coronavirus surges in California
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Wednesday imposed a round of tougher restrictions on businesses to combat a surge in coronavirus cases.
Newsom ordered all indoor non-essential businesses to close in 19 counties across the state, including some of the most populous, including Los Angeles County and Orange County.
These include bars, dine-in restaurants, indoor movie theaters and indoor tasting rooms at wineries. Restaurants may remain open for takeout meals.