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California announced the lifting of the “stay-at-home order”

California announced the lifting of the "stay-at-home order"

△Medical staff in a hospital in California pushed COVID-19 patients into the ward. Photo Source: Los Angeles Times

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced on the 25th local time that the “stay-at-home order” restrictions will be lifted statewide, and restaurants and personal care businesses in counties can be reopened.

After the stay-at-home order was lifted, the state is expected to resume its restart system according to county level.

California’s public health department said that almost every county will restart the economy from the most restrictive level, which means many businesses can only reopen outdoor services.

According to U.S. media reports, Newsom said in response to reporters’ questions on the 25th that the lifting of the “stay-at-home order” is based on science and data and has nothing to do with the dismissal he is being carried out.

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