Los Angeles, CA–Starting Monday, restaurants, gyms and other businesses will again be allowed to reopen at limited capacity, as Los Angeles moves into the less restrictive red tier. The news comes as L.A officials achieved their target goal of administering 2 million vaccines to disadvantaged communities in L.A County. Coronavirus cases in L.A made the county one of the epicenters of the pandemic.
Museums, cinemas, zoos and aquariums can open indoors at 25% capacity. AMC announced the reopening of their theaters as well.
“It’s unclear how many circuits will open right away outside of AMC Entertainment, the country’s largest chain. Cinemark has two major multiplexes in L.A. that are likely to open quickly as well. Regal and parent company Cineworld remain closed across the U.S. and Europe. Among smaller venues, the ArcLight and Pacific Theatres don’t have immediate plans to flip on the lights. It could also take the Landmark several weeks.”
Visit Covid19.CA.Gov to see what tier your county is currently in, along with what businesses are allowed to reopen and at what capacity.