Cinemas and bars are shut down in California because of COVID-19

Against the backdrop of the growing number of COVID-19 diseases in the American state of California, massive restrictions are being imposed on public facilities. This was announced on Monday, July 13, in his Twitter account, the governor of the state Gavin Newsom.

According to his order, all the state stops theaters, museums and zoos, entertainment centers and bars. Restaurants will only operate on a takeaway basis.

In the 30 districts with the worst epidemiological conditions, malls, hair salons, churches, fitness centers and offices of companies not affiliated with critical community activities are prohibited for three days.

On July 3, Anthony Fauci, Chief Infectious Disease Officer and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the coronavirus may increase in speed if it is mutation. The expert noted that there are disputes in this regard, but the data obtained, in his opinion, suggests that there is a certain mutation, which accelerates the reproduction of the virus and increases its concentration in the body,

At the same time, the head of the technical group of the WHO Emergency Disease Unit Maria Van Kerkhove said that the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 currently has no mutations that could make it stronger.