LA Orders Closure Of Beaches For July 4th Weekend, Sheriff Refuses To Enforce Ban

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News Story Source:, by Isabel van Brugen
The county's public health department said in a statement that beaches will be off limits to the public from July 3 through July 6 at 5 a.m. to prevent the transmission of "deadly COVID-19," the disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.

Fireworks displays in the county will also be prohibited over the July 4th holiday weekend, the department announced.

"During the holiday weekend, beaches will be totally closed to all recreational activities. Beach parking lots will be closed as well," the statement read.

The news came as LA county reported more than 2,900 additional cases of the CCP virus on Monday, marking "the single largest one-day case count since the pandemic began," the department said.

"Data show increases in people testing positive for the virus and increases in hospitalizations as a result," it said. "Projections by the Department of Health Services show a marked increase in
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