As the pandemic continues to spread, Southern California in the United States triggers a new “stay-at-home order”
On December 5th local time, data released by the California Department of Public Health showed that as of the evening of December 4, the number of intensive care unit (ICU) beds available in Southern California had dropped to 13.1%, below the official alert level of 15%, so the “Stay at Home” will be implemented as soon as December 6. Order”.
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced on the 3rd that areas where the available capacity of the state’s intensive care unit has dropped below 15% of the total will trigger a new stay-at-home order. The order will ban most party activities and require wearing masks and maintaining safe social distancing.