Health Should case numbers continue to decline, L.A. County expected...

Should case numbers continue to decline, L.A. County expected to land on orange tier in April

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An influx of reopenings has as of late washed over California. Could more be around the bend?

In Los Angeles County, which just days prior moved into the red tier interestingly since the state uncovered its four-classification color-coded Covid reopening blueprint, authorities are as of now peering toward the chance of additional headway.

“Should our case numbers keep on declining, our recuperation excursion could land us in the less prohibitive orange tier in April,” county Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said in an explanation Tuesday. “This is just conceivable in the event that we as a whole do our part to keep each other safe.”

With most provinces having now risen up out of California’s purple tier and liberated themselves from the strictest limits on exercises and businesses forced because of the COVID-19 pandemic, consideration is going to the way forward and how rapidly a more extensive economic unlocking could happen.

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