California Issues New Stay-At-Home Order Linked To ICU Capacity | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC 1

California Issues New Stay-At-Home Order Linked To ICU Capacity | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC


California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that specific areas in the state will be under a stay-at-home order. Newsom said this is to prevent people from gathering with others outside of their household as coronavirus cases surge. The regions with restrictions are where the ICU capacity is falling below 15% and will be mandated for three weeks. Aired on 12/03/2020.
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California Issues New Stay-At-Home Order Linked To ICU Capacity | Ayman Mohyeldin | MSNBC


  1. Although this is a common sense approach it will be politicized. Listen to the experts folks. This is not about being a sheep or a Republican or a Democrat.

    1. @giabread in the begining, Fauci said there is no need to wear masks, then experts from the CDC said only doctors should wear masks, not the public, then the WHO said we should praise China for containing this virus, there is so much contradictions. You have a smartphone, look it up.

    2. Common sense? It’s not common here in Florida, where we are WIDE open, restaurants open for dine-in eating, and our economy is BOOMING. Unlike California, we have sense that is not common, the type that allows us to sift through the bs and keep our state as open as possible. It’s not political. Lockdowns don’t work, we’re 8 months in, can’t you figure that out yet?

    3. @Ricky I. The initial advice on masking was because we didn’t have enough of them. Look at what happened to toilet paper. If Fauci had said “everyone mask up,” then there would have been nothing left for the doctors and nurses. When supplies were more available, and the experts had learned more about the virus, then the guidance changed. This is all public information and really not that hard to understand. As you said to the other person, maybe use your smartphone and look it up.

    4. @Chris Taylor I’m not sure what you’re bragging about exactly. Florida just went over 1 million cases. Florida has more cases as a function of its population than either New York and California do. Am I missing something here? Florida’s lax approach isn’t working.

  2. Trump has two parts of a brain: ‘left’ and ‘right’.
    In the left side, there’s nothing right.
    In the right side, there’s nothing left.

    1. @Justin Tenney , What happens when you take a joke too far?
      The 45th president of United States of America.

    2. @Francisco Mendoza he may not be the governor of California, but he IS the president of California, AND 49 other states.
      Until January 20tb, 2021.

  3. I went and loaded up on groceries. Also was clean outta coffee filters. The good thing about California, is that per capita we are less then 40 other states in spread and total cases. If we all wore masks and were careful, we could get a handle on this.

    1. If we all wore masks? Keep believing that, sheep! The type of masks that people are wearing won’t stop the spread, obviously.

    1. @Quantum_electro_dynamic_1 Guess what..? The libs kicked Trump out of office. You were too small and weak to help him. Cry now.

    2. All this governor wants to do is take a control! Look at him he was out with no mask with 30 people so it must not be that serious to him!

    1. Let it go! Move on hanging on to that will not get you know where. He is still the governor. All you can do is worry about yourself and family to make sure you guys stay healthy!

    2. Sure. Also, make sure you share the wire bottle without glasses and breathe deeply. Send us a ‘review’ after, yea? … thanks!

    3. @Serena Lopez Nobody should just “let it go”. What he did was inexcusable and there should be consequences. Attitudes like yours just encourage dipshits like him to misbehave and disrespect his constituents.

    1. Unlikely having supporters going : I killed my grandma from no wearing mask in rallies. It’s more likely : grandma got covid from nurses after admitting to hospital.

  4. Mister governor are you going to pay our Bill’s, our rent and other expenses. Since you want us to stay inside with out been able to work since you decided to shut down the restaurants.

    1. Mr. Mendoza, please write your congressman or woman and write your senator. That’s what I’m doing. Perhaps that will light a fire under them–to light a fire under Mitch McConnell.

  5. So now medical facilities begin being overwhelmed across the country … the death count will begin to spiral out of control.

  6. Most of us in the Bay Area are complying with the mask mandate but I saw a lot of people out and about at golden gate park over the weekend.

  7. Hundreds of thousands will be saved to wait for vaccine. On protecting his residents, he do what he has to do. Thank you.

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