The order comes after Newsom previously ordered these businesses to close in counties on the state's "watch list".
In coronavirus-stricken Florida, more than 15,000 new cases were reported Sunday, a state record, and the rate of deaths has also started to rise. The West Hollywood City Council on July 6 endorsed amendments to the City Manager's COVID-19 emergency order that will allow gyms to expand outdoors into adjacent parking lots or other private property.
Restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos, museums and card rooms must suspend their indoor operations, and bars must close altogether.
"We have never had as many people infected, or infectious", he said.
The peninsula is the only Bay Area county to fully reopen bars and indoor dining.
"We're seeing an an increase in the spread of the virus", the governor said.
California in March was the first state to impose a mandatory stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the virus.
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She said the rate of positive tests is 22 per cent. "It doesn't discriminate and none of us are invincible", Appleby said. Texas , Florida and California are among numerous states experiencing a second wave of coronavirus infections.
Some were bitter about the governor's new order, but the Tamari owner said he understands.
Nevada County isn't on the monitoring list, though it is still affected by the statewide closure of bars and indoor dining.
California has reimposed restrictions on businesses and public spaces amid a spike of coronavirus infections in America's most populous state.
What's more, while testing had kept up with demand over the past few weeks, "We're starting to see delays, once again, in test results", said Newsom. He said they are trying to get all tested.
California's announcement came as education officials in Los Angeles and San Diego said the cities' schools would remain closed when classes resume with online-only lessons next month. Cases have increased by 47 per cent over the past two weeks, while hospitalisations have jumped 28 per cent during the same time period. Others pointed out the disconnect between Newsom's more accommodating stance toward mass protests kicked off by the police killing of George Floyd and regular day-to-day activities, like attending church or eating out, one sarcastically observing "Remember, Covid never attacks protesters and rioters".
A 24/7 Barton COVID-19 health line, 530-600-1999, has been established for the public if they are experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness such as fever, coughing, sneezing, or shortness of breath.