Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink An illustration of Gov. Gavin Newsom (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)With coronavirus cases on the rise again, Gov. Gavin Newsom has ordered Los Angeles County to shut indoor dining at restaurants for three weeks, another blow to business owners following the recent reopenings.Newsom’s order on Wednesday took effect immediately and includes 19 counties throughout the state, according to the Los Angeles Times. The governor also ordered movie theaters to close, along with wineries, zoos and museums, all of which had been recently reopened.Restaurants will be restricted to takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining, according to Eater. Restaurants reopened for limited capacity indoor dining at the end of May, about a month ago. They were first ordered to close in mid-March in response to a spreading coronavirus.The move follows a similar directive in New York City on Wednesday, where officials slammed the brakes on a planned indoor dining reopening that had been only days away.ADVERTISEMENTRising cases of Covid-19 and hospitalizations in L.A. County are reversing what had been a steady pace of reopenings in L.A. County. Bars were open for just 10 days before Newsom ordered them to close again on Monday. That followed a county announcement that revealed about half of the bars and a third of restaurants had not been abiding by social distancing measures over the last several days. It also found that more than half the employees at bars and nearly that many at restaurants were not wearing face masks, according to the Times.L.A. County officials also closed beaches for the Fourth of July weekend, which some had feared could bring a wave of infections.The L.A. County Department of Public Health reported 2,779 new cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday, making it the third straight day with more than 2,100 new cases reported. [LAT, Eater] — Dennis Lynch Share via Shortlink TagsCoronavirushospitalityRestaurants
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08/03/2019 Upd. on 11/03/2019 at 09:45 CET Sport EN The alarm bells continue to ring in Paris, After their last minute elimination from the Champions League at the hands of Manchester United, it’s now Adrien Rabiot’s turn to be in hot water again. The ousted midfielder was recorded partying in the city only a few hours after the match, despite not being involved in the contest at all. This video upset PSG supporters as well as those in the boardroom. Antero Henrique, who hasn’t hidden his frustration over Rabiot’s contract situation, was the person who came out to express that anger. Speaking with RMC Sport, the director of football at PSG said this: “I find the attitude and lack of professionalism from Adrien Rabiot towards the club and his teammates unacceptable. I remind you that until the 30th June 2019, he remains part of our squad.” The player hasn’t been used by PSG this year and his contract expires in the summer. He’s been linked with a move to Barça but interest appears to have cooled in recent weeks. Bayern, Arsenal and Liverpool amongst others will fight it out for his signature in July. “La actitud de Rabiot es inaceptable y de falta de profesionalidad” IN SPORT.ES
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