Morning Brief: L.A.’s ‘Targeted Stay-at-Home’ Order Goes into Effect Today

Also Buddhist temples vandalized in Orange County, and more
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» A “targeted stay-at-home” order goes into effect today in Los Angeles County. The policy allows for far more activity than the stay-at-home orders issued in March, but does lower capacity caps on certain business categories and ban nearly all gatherings of non-household members. [Los Angeles Times]

» Despite pleas of health experts and record-breaking COVID-19 surges, airports logged busy Thanksgiving weekend travel. The day before the holiday was the heaviest day for U.S. air travel since the pandemic began. [The Washington Post]

» California Highway Patrol officers in tactical gear forcibly removed a family taking shelter in an unused, state-owned home in El Sereno. The incident triggered demonstrations and outcry.  [NBC Los Angeles]

» Six Buddhist temples in Orange County have been vandalized over the last four weeks. Authorities are investigating the series of attacks as hate crimes. [KTLA]


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ONE MORE THING

Jonathan Adler

Beautiful Chess Sets to Go with Your Queen’s Gambit Obsession

The Netflix smash has millions of Americans getting really excited about chess for the first time in a generation, and stores selling basic sets like hotcakes. We’ve found seven design-minded options that are perfect to give as gifts or keep for yourself; snap them up while you can.

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