As coronavirus cases surge across the country, some local governments are moving toward more restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19.
On Sunday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said his city may be "on the brink" of issuing another stay-at-home order. Cases in Los Angeles County have surpassed 153,000.
Garcetti said although Los Angeles may be headed toward another round of stay-at-home orders, "mayors have no control over what opens up and doesn't" and called for help from Washington. He also asked city residents to take personal responsibility, saying, “It’s not just what’s opened and closed. It’s also about what we do individually."
According to the state's Department of Public Health, single-day cases of coronavirus have averaged about 9,127 over the last week. Cases of coronavirus have surpassed 380,000 for the state.
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