Economy Los Angeles and Orange counties are closer to being...

Los Angeles and Orange counties are closer to being able to significantly reopen their economies

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With COVID-19 cases on the decay, Los Angeles and Orange counties are crawling nearer to having the option to altogether resume their economies.

Both vigorously populated counties are presently on the cusp of conceivably moving into the red level, a more lenient classification of the state’s returning guide that would permit more extensive indoor business activities — including at restaurants and gyms — just as the resumption of in-person classes for understudies in grades 7 through 12.

The most punctual either district could progress is fourteen days from now, and they’ll possibly do as such if select measures of Covid transmission hit certain state-set benchmarks.

Yet, authorities in the two counties said they accept progress is not too far off.

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