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Companies In California. Show ‘does Not Fulfill’ Firm As The Curfew Begins

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Some businesses in California have indicated they will flout a month-long coronavirus curfew which police have said they will not enforce and will instead urge people to comply with voluntarily.

Following an order by Governor Gavin Newsom to curb the spread COVID-19, 41 counties will fall under the most-restrictive “purple tier” status affecting over 90 percent of the Golden State’s population. It means that from Saturday, all non-essential gatherings between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. will be prohibited.

However a number of police departments have said they do not plan to arrest people or issue fines to those who do not comply and will rely on asking people to voluntarily follow the order. The Orange County Sheriff’s Department, said it would not send deputies to enforce restrictions, the East Bay Times reported.

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