California has been one of the most tyrannical states regarding its COVID policies.
A major county in California, Los Angeles County, has finally lifted its indoor mask mandate.
Los Angeles County finally lifted its indoor mask mandate on Friday after coronavirus numbers fell through a key threshold.
The Los Angeles Times reported:
Los Angeles County lifted its indoor mask order Friday after it officially exited the high coronavirus community level as calculated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
CDC data published Thursday afternoon showed that the county’s coronavirus community level had officially dropped into the “low” category.
Local health authorities waited for the CDC’s update before acting. County health officer Dr. Muntu Davis issued a new health order, effective Friday at 12:01 a.m., that lifted the indoor mask order, regardless of vaccination status, in places such as bars, stores, offices, restaurants, gyms and movie theaters.
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