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San Francisco pauses coronavirus reopening as cases spike; Gov. Newsom urges stay-home order for hard-hit county

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San Francisco pauses coronavirus reopening as cases spike; Gov. Newsom urges stay-home order for hard-hit countySan Francisco has temporarily halted planned reopenings scheduled for next week amid a surge in coronavirus cases while Gov. Gavin Newsom urged one Southern California county to reinstitute stay-at-home orders after a spike in positive COVID-19 tests there. 
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News video: Coronavirus Cases, Hospitalizations Across California Continue To Increase As Reopening Continues

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Los Angeles County Monday set another record for the daily number of new coronavirus cases as Gov. Gavin Newsom said hospitalizations were up across the state.

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