Los Angeles “with all certainty” will extend stay-at-home order through July

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Los Angeles County is expecting to extend its stay-at-home order through at least July. The county’s public health director, Barbara Ferrer, said Tuesday that “with all certainty” Los Angeles County won’t have loosening of its rules, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The county did reopen some trials and allowed some retail shops to begin curbside services with social distancing. Beaches are scheduled to reopen with restrictions Wednesday.

Ferrer said loosening of the rules will happen sooner only if there is a “dramatic change to the virus and tools at hand.”

The Rams practice in Ventura County and hold training camp in Orange County. The Chargers practice in Orange County.

But the under-construction SoFi Stadium is in Los Angeles County.

A Taylor Swift concert scheduled to open the stadium this summer already was canceled. The Rams and Chargers, who share the stadium, are both scheduled for preseason games at home on the weekend of Aug. 13-17.

California Governor Gavin Newsom repeatedly has expressed pessimism about the return of sports to his state anytime soon. Alternate venues won’t be hard to find for the California teams, though, and 49ers General Manager John Lynch has acknowledged his team is among those investigating training camp sites out of state.

14 responses to “Los Angeles “with all certainty” will extend stay-at-home order through July

  1. Democrats know they didn’t stand a chance in the upcoming elections if the economy remained in place. Liberal governors will continue to tank their economy to show how bad Trump is. It also gives them a chance to show how “awesome” socialism is. Capitalism bad, here is some money for you to stay at home. Socialism good.

  2. douggiehauzerr says:
    May 12, 2020 at 4:05 pm

    Sanctuary cities will be the death of the American way of life.

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    Sanctuary cities (i.e cities) are the economic engines that power the American way of life. See I can be hyperbolic too.

  3. collectordude says:
    May 12, 2020 at 3:34 pm
    Of course they will.
    No brains in LA or most of california.

    So what happens when they open everything up and a player gets infected genius?

  4. The same thing that happens when they get the flu. Why is the governor of California asking for 1 trillion dollars from the federal government? Thought they weren’t taking money from them.

  5. Democrats know they didn’t stand a chance in the upcoming elections if the economy remained in place
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    You have to turn off Rush Limbaugh my friend. No one is trying to tank their own economy to get Trump out of office. He doesn’t need any help with that. Everyone can see what an incompetent moron he is. Perhaps it’s just that the liberal governors are the ones smart enough to understand what can happen in a highly populated place like LA if they open too early. But that makes too much sense doesn’t it? It’s all about Trump.

  6. So what happens when they open everything up and a player gets infected genius?
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    Same thing that happens when a player gets the flu now genius. They get sick for a few days. Can’t continue to live like this genius.

  7. Wow, so many epidemiologists on here! Now I know when I need virus advice to just come here. Thanks guys!

  8. And to date the percentage of the US population that has been infected is 0.40%, nothing like a knee-jerk reaction, HUH? But be afraid, be very, very afraid!

    Seriously 0.40% of the population has been affected since Jan(that’s when they’re claiming the disease first showed up) and the media is on this 24/7 making it sound like its a sure death sentence, gimme’ a break! I’ve never seen the media push so much FEAR, not even following 9-11.

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