California’s federal courts once again are scaling back operations as the state’s COVID-19 cases continue to climb and the majority of the population falls under shelter-in-place orders.
The courts’ announcements follow five San Francisco Bay Area counties reinstating strict shelter-in-place orders Dec. 4, and Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home mandate that becomes effective once regions’ intensive care capacities dip below 15%. On Tuesday, the state reached a new single-day record with 35,400 new coronavirus infections and 219 fatalities, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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