Yes, technically, but according to a tweet from a Los Angeles County sheriff’s official, the department does not plan on making arrests to enforce the order. Newsom did say that California authorities would be “more aggressively” cracking down on hate crimes against Asians, which have gone up since COVID-19 began spreading in the United States. It’s too soon to tell at this point. Governor Andrew Cuomo rejected the idea of a shelter-in-place order this week, but tweeted on Friday morning that he would “sign an executive order mandating that 100% of workforce must stay home, excluding essential services”; more than 40% of U.S. COVID-19 cases are located in New York. Barber shops, hair and nail salons, tattoo or piercing parlors, and other personal-care businesses must close.