Celebrity chef and restaurant owner Guy Fieri was listed as Bloomberg Magazines ‘Top 50’ this week after raising more than $21.5 million dollars for unemployed restaurant workers during the CoVID pandemic.
— Bloomberg (@business) December 4, 2020
“Bloomberg 50: Guy Fieri (aka the Mayor of Flavortown) raised more than $21.5 million in seven weeks to assist unemployed restaurant workers,” writes Bloomberg.
Here’s hopin’ everyone is following the California Restaurant Association’s lawsuit challenging LA’s outdoor dining ban. We gotta keep Flavortown open for biz! https://t.co/4S3UsT2xj7
— Guy Fieri (@GuyFieri) December 6, 2020
“Here’s hopin’ everyone is following the California Restaurant Association’s lawsuit challenging LA’s outdoor dining ban. We gotta keep Flavortown open for biz!” posted the chef.
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CALIFORNIA CURFEW: Newsom Imposes ‘Limited’ Curfew For Most of California to Stop CoVID
California Governor Gavin Newsom imposed a “limited” curfew Thursday night for most residents in the Golden State; mandating everyone stay home between the hours of 10pm and 5am to slow the spread of CoVID-19.
“The virus is spreading at a pace we haven’t seen since the start of this pandemic and the next several days and weeks will be critical to stop the surge. We are sounding the alarm,” Newsom said in a statement released Thursday afternoon. “It is crucial that we act to decrease transmission and slow hospitalizations before the death count surges. We’ve done it before and we must do it again.”
Breaking: Gov. Newsom on Thursday announced a mandatory nighttime stay-at-home order that will be instituted throughout most of California to combat a surge in new coronavirus cases. https://t.co/PzY5SypqU6
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 19, 2020
“Roughly 94% of Californians — 37 million people — live in counties that are in the purple tier, which has forced many businesses in those communities to suspend or severely restrict the number of customers allowed indoors,” reports the Los Angeles Times.
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COVID CLOSES LA: Residents Ordered to ‘Stay in Homes’, Non-Essential Businesses Must ‘Cease Operations’
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti instructed all residents in the city to “stay in their homes” and “cancel everything” to slow the spread of CoVID-19 during the upcoming holiday season.
BREAKING: L.A. city residents are ordered to remain in their homes effective immediately, and non-exempt businesses must cease operations requiring in-person staffhttps://t.co/LbzD1kaFJq
— KTLA (@KTLA) December 3, 2020
The new year brings hope –– for vaccines and for stopping this pandemic.
But here's the truth: we're in for a long, hard winter.
As the worst hits us, stay home as much as you can. Cancel any non-essential activities.
Hunker down, L.A. We'll get through this together. pic.twitter.com/6TkVsTfPzP
— MayorOfLA (@MayorOfLA) December 3, 2020
“My message couldn’t be simpler,” Mayor Eric Garcetti said in a briefing earlier Wednesday. “It’s time to hunker down. It’s time to cancel everything. And if it isn’t essential, don’t do it.”
“The city uploaded the most recent version of its safer-at-home order today to match the county’s current order that was enacted earlier this week,” said the Mayor’s Press Secretary. “The two orders are identical, and the process of publishing the official document on our website is a formality that occurs each time the order is revised.”
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