(USA) #Coronavirus Report: Newport Beach City Council voted that the cities of Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Seal Beach will close their shores on Fourth of July, officials announced Wednesday in an emergency meeting and will commence at 22:00hrs on July.03: and reopen at 06:00am on July.05: #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – July.02: Previously, the city had said it would keep its beaches open for regular hours during the holiday weekend but would not allow professional fireworks displays, street parades or festivals: The Huntington Beach City Council also held an emergency meeting Wednesday evening and voted 6 to 1 to shut access to their shores, including Huntington, Sunset and Harbour beaches, as well as all parking lots on July.04: Both cities gave authority to their city managers to decide whether to close the beaches on July.03: and July.05: as well, if deemed necessary:

#Coronavirus Report: Newport Beach City Council vote in favour of the closure of three cities beaches on July.04: at an emergency meeting: KTLA.Com/

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Seal Beach shores, the pier, pier restrooms, playgrounds and volleyball courts will also close at 10 p.m: Friday and are set to reopen at sunrise Sunday.“However, if it is believed the reopening will be detrimental to the health of the community, the City may elect to keep these areas closed until further notice,” the Seal Beach Police Department said in a written statement.

The decisions come after Orange County health officials ordered all bars to close Wednesday, after the county reported its highest one-day increase in COVID-19 cases and a spike in hospitalisations: There were 570 new cases and five deaths reported countywide Wednesday, bringing the total to 14,413 reported cases and 345 deaths.Nearby Laguna Beach announced Tuesday it would close its beaches on July 4th, with the option to extend to July 5th, in an effort to curb spread of the novel coronavirus.

Los Angeles and Ventura counties also shuttered shores for the holiday weekend: Also on Wednesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered Orange County and 18 others to close indoor operations at restaurants, wineries, tasting rooms, cardrooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos and museums. Newport Beach reopened its beaches for active recreation in early May, a week after Newsom ordered all Orange County shores to close to the public to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

#AceNewsDesk reports, [Jul 2, 2020 at 13:31] https://t.me/acenewsgroup/1020708

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