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here we go again..another shutdown
12-06-2020, 09:30 PM #1
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California officials order residents to stay in their homes as available hospital beds drop below 15%

Much of California will enter a new restrictive lockdown on Sunday, closing businesses and asking people to stay in their homes, as hospitals reached their limits from a surge of new COVID-19 patients.
As of Sunday night, tens of million of Californias will be ordered to stay at home, and will be required to wear masks whenever they're outside their homes for essentials. Most businesses will close. 
The mandate covers the Bay Area, Southern California, including San Diego and Los Angeles, and much of the Central Valley. It comes into effect as hospitals in Southern California and the Central Valley fell below a threshold of 15% available beds, set by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday. In the Central Valley, just 8.6% of beds were empty as of Saturday, with 12.5% empty in Southern California, said the California Department of Public Health.  



https://www.businessinsider.com/californ...ar-2020-12

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12-06-2020, 10:21 PM #2
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(12-06-2020, 09:30 PM)Call sign: Nomad Wrote:  California officials order residents to stay in their homes as available hospital beds drop below 15%

Much of California will enter a new restrictive lockdown on Sunday, closing businesses and asking people to stay in their homes, as hospitals reached their limits from a surge of new COVID-19 patients.
As of Sunday night, tens of million of Californias will be ordered to stay at home, and will be required to wear masks whenever they're outside their homes for essentials. Most businesses will close. 
The mandate covers the Bay Area, Southern California, including San Diego and Los Angeles, and much of the Central Valley. It comes into effect as hospitals in Southern California and the Central Valley fell below a threshold of 15% available beds, set by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday. In the Central Valley, just 8.6% of beds were empty as of Saturday, with 12.5% empty in Southern California, said the California Department of Public Health.  



https://www.businessinsider.com/californ...ar-2020-12

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Horrible.

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12-08-2020, 07:54 AM #3
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(12-06-2020, 10:21 PM)White Ribbon Wrote:  
(12-06-2020, 09:30 PM)Call sign: Nomad Wrote:  California officials order residents to stay in their homes as available hospital beds drop below 15%

Much of California will enter a new restrictive lockdown on Sunday, closing businesses and asking people to stay in their homes, as hospitals reached their limits from a surge of new COVID-19 patients.
As of Sunday night, tens of million of Californias will be ordered to stay at home, and will be required to wear masks whenever they're outside their homes for essentials. Most businesses will close. 
The mandate covers the Bay Area, Southern California, including San Diego and Los Angeles, and much of the Central Valley. It comes into effect as hospitals in Southern California and the Central Valley fell below a threshold of 15% available beds, set by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday. In the Central Valley, just 8.6% of beds were empty as of Saturday, with 12.5% empty in Southern California, said the California Department of Public Health.  



https://www.businessinsider.com/californ...ar-2020-12

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Horrible.

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the first day of the shutdown, it was so eerily quiet. hopefully when i shutdown is temporarily lifted then i can breathe sigh of releif



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