Gov. Gavin Newsom

Gov. Gavin Newsom

California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered closures Monday for several sectors that had been reopening in recent months amid COVID-19 increases in the state.

The statewide closures include indoor operations for venues like restaurants, wineries, movie theaters and museums across the state, while about 30 counties, including Orange County, will also be required to suspend indoor operations for fitness centers, malls, salons, places of worship and personal care services.

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Cases have surged in Orange County in the past month, with 14,095 new cases reported in the four weeks ending July 12, nearly triple the 5,365 cases reported in the four weeks ending June 14.

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