Eleven Southern California counties are set to put a regional stay-at-home order into effect, CBS Los Angeles reports. The move comes after the region’s available intensive care unit beds dropped below 15%, under a by Governor Gavin Newsom.
The measure Newsom announced forces a three-week closure of all bars, wineries, hair salons and barbershops in regions where ICU bed availability falls below 15%. The Southern California region’s ICU capacity was 13.1% because of the growing number ofcases, the California Department of Public Health announced Friday night.
Five San Francisco Bay Area counties have imposed