LA restaurants are forced to close amid rise in COVID-19 cases as California coronavirus hospitalizations hit highest point since March | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

LA restaurants are forced to close amid rise in COVID-19 cases as California coronavirus hospitalizations hit highest point since March

Los Angeles restaurants are being hit hard as cases of coronavirus surge 160 percent in two weeks in California - fueled primarily by the rise of the Indian 'Delta' variant.

Restaurants that have prevailed against the odds through the pandemic lockdowns are now being forced to temporarily close their doors again after staff were stricken by the virus.

The Village Idiot, in the Melrose area, posted on Instagram that it would close for an undetermined amount of time because a fully vaccinated staff member was diagnosed with Covid-19.

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