Stay At Home Order Triggered In SoCal | How It Effects Businesses & Theme Parks

As of Friday, Southern California’s ICU capacity took a dramatic hit, dipping from roughly 20% of beds available on Friday to just over 13%, triggering the regional shutdown order because the capacity dipped below 15%.

The order goes into effect at 1 p.m. today and businesses have 24 hours to comply. It stays for three weeks.

In Orange County, where county supervisors have largely protested the governor’s approach to shutdowns, County Supervisor Don Wagner, in a Saturday morning tweet, called for OC to file a letter of support in a lawsuit against the state to overturn the order.

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