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Newsom says California shutdown to continue, but Ventura County eases stay-at-home order

Newsom says California shutdown to continue, but Ventura County eases stay-at-home order

Under an modified ordinance, locals can now access the city’s beaches, pier, boardwalk and parks as long as they keep their distance from one another and stay active.

The city’s 2 golf courses also are slated to open by Friday, with modifications that promote physical distancing and limited contact with employees with individual protective devices, according to city spokesperson Heather Sumagaysay.

Playgrounds, picnic locations, parking lots, swimming pools and leisure courts and fields will remain closed.

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Brian Ledis of Westlake Town gives surfing lessons to his 8-year-old kid, Rowan, at Port Hueneme on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

” The city has some of the lowest COVID-19 rates in Ventura County since of the effort and sacrifices made by our locals,” Ventura Mayor Matt LaVere stated in a statement. “We want to offer an opportunity for our neighborhood to enjoy our fantastic resources in a socially-responsible way while we continue to stop the spread of COVID-19”

With a heat wave anticipated to arrive in Southern California today, the regulation consists of a three-tiered approach that gives authorities authority to forever shut off a location if visitors neglect rules three times.

For example, if the boardwalk becomes overcrowded and locals disregard physical distancing standards, cops can shut down the area for 24 hours. That would be the first strike. A 2nd strike would close the area for 48 hours; a 3rd strike would close it for the rest of the regional emergency.

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Sis Emily Amanda, 7, and Hazel, 4, at the beach in Port Hueneme on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

Ventura County officials likewise recently changed their Stay Well In the house order, allowing businesses to reopen physical areas with approximately 10 workers as long as they did not serve the general public. Golf courses and bicycle stores likewise have actually been permitted to resume, along with in-person sales of vehicles.

Dr. Robert Levin, the county’s public health officer, worried that locals are still needed to stay at home as much as possible and must practice social distancing when checking out vital organisations.

As of Thursday, Ventura County had reported 451 total coronavirus cases and 14 deaths.

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The driving range at Sterling Hills Golf Club in Camarillo on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Jessica Hemmy has her child Carter, 3, hit the “walk” button together with sibling Logan, 5, in downtown Ventura on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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At the beach in Port Hueneme on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Shoppers in downtown Ventura on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Sun and sand in Port Hueneme.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Main Street in Ventura on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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A sign of the times in Ventura.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Greg Thomas picks up lunch from Samantha Madec at Lure Fish Home in downtown Ventura on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Gustavo Gutierrez mops the showroom flooring with disinfectant at reopened Ventura Toyota.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Yoeli Barag buys breakfast from Nora Nancy at Busy Bee Diner in Ventura on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Brian Ledis of Westlake Town with child Rowan on the beach in Port Hueneme.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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Lilii Umeda, 30, gets ready for a round of golf at Sterling Hills Golf Club in Camarillo on Wednesday.

( Al Seib/ Los Angeles Times)

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