California considers reverting back to 'shut down' amid record surges

With more than 71-hundred new infections announced Wednesday, the number of COVID-19 cases in California has surpassed 190-thousand. 

According to the governor, the record daily spike is caused by people failing to engage in safe practices when gathering with friends and family, or visiting newly reopened businesses.

Now some establishments are postponing their openings. Authorities warn the state could revert back to stricter guidelines, if the latest trends continue.

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