Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday a limited stay-at-home order for California that will go into effect Saturday night and last for a month to try to limit the spread of COVID-19. It is also similar to the one issued in March, but this time the only difference is that timeframe.
"In light of the steep surge in positive cases we are now experiencing, and as with other COVID-19 orders created to protect the most vulnerable members of our community, the city of Fresno is asking our residents to voluntarily comply with the state's limited stay-at-home directive", Brand said. "We've done it before and we must do it again". "And we know that those are factors driving this high transmission". "It's an alternative instead of trying to close down businesses". There were many questions about enforcement as many see the order as unconstitutional, and unenforceable, and violation is a simple misdemeanor. "We've always depended on a partnership with you".
"If people were really all following the things that needed to be done, we may not be in this place; we probably wouldn't be in this place where we have this number of cases or have to take these actions", he said Thursday.
As the Downtown Disney District as well as Buena Vista Street both now close at 10pm, we may see operating hours reduce in order to give guests the opportunity to get home before curfew.
"Bottom line is wear those damn masks out there, socially distance, and the sooner we do that, the sooner we're going to get through this crisis", Gore said.
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Some law enforcement agencies in the Sacramento region have already announced they would focus on an educational approach when confronted with residents or businesses not complying with this curfew.
Below is a copy of the curfew announcement from the California governor's office. That's where the order came from.
"We've seen reports of people saying, 'Well, I haven't changed my behavior". Any of these cases.
San Diego County supervisor Nathan Fletcher said he believes the "vast majority" of residents will accept why the curfew is being imposed. He said they will start with voluntary compliance and education first, then if that doesn't work residents could face citations. However, the Sheriff's Office will take appropriate action on large egregious gatherings flaunting the curfew mandate.
Mims said the governor's office would not use a strike team to enforce the curfew, based on her conference call with the California Office of Emergency Services. "Only enforcement." Orange County moved into the state's purple tier Monday.
Newsom's latest stay-at-home order will last one month, until December 21, but could be extended if infection rates and disease trends don't improve. A monthlong curfew meant to discourage nighttime gatherings and stem the spread of the coronavirus begins at 10 p.m. on November 21 in all purple-tier counties, such as Santa Clara. They say since they are an essential business, they will still operate at normal business hours. One example is WinCo Foods which is open 24 hours.