Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday announced a “limited Stay at Home Order” beginning Saturday for one month.
“Non-essential work and gatherings must stop from 10pm-5am in counties in the purple tier,” Newsom said.
In a statement, he noted that it was the same as his March lockdown order but was only taking place during the seven-hour window. . .
— Office of the Governor of California (@CAgovernor) November 19, 2020
But as Deadline noticed, the order appears to exclude people in the entertainment industry, listing them as essential workers, which was not the case in the March order.
Found listed under the Industrial, Commercial, Residential, and Sheltering Facilities and Services tab, the order excludes “Workers supporting the entertainment industries, studios, and other related establishments, provided they follow covid-19 public health guidance around physical distancing,” if remote work is not possible.
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(Read more from “The Exemption in California’s Lockdown Order That Exposes Its Absurdity” HERE)