WOODLAND HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Cardrooms, malls and other businesses will start to reopen over this coming week in Los Angeles County.
The county has seven cardrooms and they can start reopening Monday with outdoor operations.
At Larry Flynt's Lucky Lady casino in Gardena, for example, the tents are set up outside and protocols will be in place when the facility opens Monday at 5 p.m. Masks will be required, plastic partitions and hand sanitizer will be in place.
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Indoor malls are expected to reopen Wednesday. Malls will be limited to 25% capacity and all food courts and common areas will remain closed.
Playgrounds will be allowed to open shortly at the discretion of individual cities, while guidelines allowing wineries and breweries to reopen are expected soon.
In a big move, L.A. County area schools will be able to apply for waivers to allow them to resume in-person instruction for pre-K through second grade.
The reopenings are being allowed as Los Angeles continues to see modest improvements in its coronavirus positivity rates, hospitalizations and new daily cases. Officials had been concerned about a possible surge after Labor Day but that turned out to not be the case.
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