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  • I made a mistake.

  • I apologize.

  • California Governor Gavin Newsom apologized on Monday for flouting his own coronavirus guidelines.

  • Newsom had dined at a restaurant in Napa Valley earlier this month with members of several other households.

  • Photos carried by local media showed that none of the attendees were wearing masks or social distancing, contrary to the governor's own guidance.

  • That set off controversy.

  • Given that California has reimposed some of the strictest social distancing restrictions in the nation, including a mask mandate, mandatory curfew and no indoor service at bars and restaurants.

  • I made a mistake being with a few extra people beyond the guidelines that I've been promoting, which is outside the households.

  • That was a mistake, Andi.

  • I let my guard down and I apologize for it.

  • Newsome has been isolating at his home in Sacramento after his three Children were exposed to the virus.

  • California's latest measures come as the state's number of daily Covad 19 cases doubled last week.

I made a mistake.

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California Governor Gavin Newsom apologizes for breaking COVID rules

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/25
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