Orange County Sheriff Says Deputies Will Not Enforce Newsom’s Stay-At-Home Order

Orange County Sheriff Says Deputies Will Not Enforce Newsom’s Stay-At-Home Order


On Thursday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a limited stay-at-home order that would take effect on Saturday, Nov. 21 and remain in effect until Dec. 21. It would require gatherings, movement and non-essential work to stop between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. in California counties that are in the purple tier.

Orange County is one of the state’s 41 counties in the purple tier along with Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside and San Diego County.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department released a statement saying that its deputies will not be enforcing Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order.

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“Throughout the pandemic, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department has taken an education-first approach with regard to the public health orders. We are currently assessing the action by the Governor. At this time, due to the need to have deputies available for emergency calls for service, deputies will not be responding to requests for face-coverings or social gatherings-only enforcement,” Orange County Sheriff Don

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