CBSLA-A large group led by actor Kirk Cameron once again gathered in Thousand Oaks on Tuesday night to protest the possible extension of family accommodation in Southern California.
Around 5:30 in the afternoon, more than 150 people gathered in the parking lot of Oaks Mall in Thousand Oaks. Many people do not wear masks or follow social distancing guidelines.
The demonstrators were led by actor Kirk Cameron, who is known for his “growth pain”, and sang various Christmas carols. According to the Constitution, religious gatherings and protests are protected by law enforcement intervention.
This is not Cameron’s first such protest. 100 of similarly reckless people participated in the protests on 13 December.
However, local health officials said Tuesday’s demonstration could be fatal.
Some super-spreading events end in people dying, ”Dr. Suman Radhakrishna called Dignity Health California Medical Center. “This is just for the season. The vaccine is coming, if we can wait for it now. “
Oaks Mall said in a statement online that it did not condemn the incident.
The demonstration comes after Gov. Gavin Newsome said the regional residence-at-home order imposed for the entire 11-county Southern California region on Monday would extend beyond the December 28 deadline. The order initially took effect on 7 December.
Newsome said that we have a possibility that I think it is very clear that those regional dates need to be pursued.
Such movements have been taking place across the country since 6 December. Protests erupted in California when Cameron on Instagram encouraged people to protest peacefully with the song. It has spread to other communities around LA via social media.
Newsom did not indicate when the decision would be made or how long the order would last.