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California Governor Gavin Newsome ordered statewide closings of indoor dining, and limits on church services and hair salons amid spikes in COVID-19 cases.

The re-closings impacts small mom and pop stores, hair salons, malls, bars, churches, zoos and museums across the state.

Newsome announced the closures and new guidelines on Monday, saying his new restrictions on businesses and restaurants are in response to a sharp rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations in the state.

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D. L. Hughley took his family out to dinner at Nobu in Malibu on Sunday night. The actor-comedian announced he tested positive for COVID-19 after collapsing on stage in Nashville last month.

Hughley wore a red, non-medical face covering as he and his family entered the celebrity hotspot for indoor dining.

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DJ Mustard and his wife Chanel Dijon enjoy a nice Sunday afternoon dinner date at Nobu in Malibu.

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Lady Gaga is seen leaving a restaurant with takeout food in Malibu. The pop star wore a face covering in compliance with the state's guidelines.

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Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin grabbed some pizza to go at an Italian restaurant in Malibu. The couple was not allowed to dine indoors in compliance with Gov. Newsome's restrictive orders.

California residents are fed up with Newsome's overreaching powers. There is now an official petition to recall the governor at Recallgavin2020.com/.