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California releases new guidelines for private events and weddings

All the couples who had to cancel or postpone their weddings due to the pandemic now have a more insight on how to plan for their big day. Late Wednesday night, the California Department of Public Health released guidelines for private events which took effect on Thursday. For thirteen months there’s been radio silence on the state’s $10 billion private event industry. The California Association for Private Events (CAPE) estimates one million workers are without jobs during the pandemic and 240,000 couples could not celebrate their union and now they are allowed to in California. “On the one hand it's super exciting and you are happy and excited to get back to work but it also comes with this unexpected weight,” said Justin Kanoya, DJ. “It's like what Drake says it's going from 0-100.” CAPE says the state was not going to include bar service, buffets or dancing at private events. View the complete story here:
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