JOHN ANTCZAK and DON THOMPSON Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — California counties that fail to enforce health orders could lose state funding, the governor warned as cases of the coronavirus jumped, prompting renewed closures of businesses and beaches heading into the Fourth of July weekend. With hospitalizations and infection rates rising, Gov. Gavin Newsom has ordered the three-week closures of bars, indoor restaurant dining areas and other indoor venues for 21 of 58 counties, including the two most populous, Los Angeles and San Diego. Public health officials have pleaded with people to obey social distancing and mask-wearing requirements — and to stay home this holiday because big crowds could further fuel the outbreak. But law enforcement and other officials in some areas
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