California's two largest districts have made a joint decision on NOT allowing students and teachers to return to campus in the fall. That means San Diego and Los Angeles have instructed schools to do online-only in the fall. The school districts in Los Angeles and San Diego have enrolled over 825,000 students, and they are the largest districts in the country. They have both chosen to abandon any kinds of plans for a physical on-campus return. The decision was made by Gov. Gavin Newsom and says schools may have a chance to reopen in Spring Break.
Indoor places such as restaurants, bars, movie theaters, and zoos have shut down statewide this past Monday. Churches, gyms, hair salons, and malls were also closed as well. (Down below is a list of businesses that are shut down in California at the moment)