I'm glad I don't live in L.A. County, I have a birthday party to go to this weekend. (My friends wouldn't call off a party over this WuFlu anyway).
I was in L.A. County last week, and the attitude is quite different from the Inland Empire. In the IE, the bars and indoor malls are closed. Honestly that's about it.
I had lunch in Burbank, and it was a ghost town. They closed off the downtown streets to move all the restaurant tables outside, but it wasn't that busy. Then I found out why. There is NOT a restroom open ANYWHERE! Every restaurant, Starbucks, Yogurtland, gas station, etc had their restroom closed. How are you supposed to wash your hands in "virus times" with closed restrooms? We also did not find this out until after we enjoyed the "50% off beer and sake" special. Later out of desperation, we pulled into a random laundromat and luckily were able to relieve ourselves there.
Los Angeles County is an epicenter of problems. The nazi-like handling of the virus situation, the horrible politics, the homeless, etc. Life and the climate are pretty good if you live out off the 15 freeway like I do, but my goodness Los Angeles is an atrocious place.