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Newsom: Changes to coronavirus orders may come within weeks

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) California Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state may be just weeks away from “meaningful changes” to its stay-at-home order that took effect March 19.

But he warned Monday that progress will be jeopardized if people crowd beaches as they did in some places over the warm spring weekend.

It's one of his most optimistic timelines yet for easing coronavirus-related restrictions, though he didn't give a firm date.

It comes as local governments seek their own changes, with some rural counties seeking to ease restrictions and those in the San Francisco Bay Area extending them through the end of May.

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The Associated Press


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