While Omicron’s cases increase, Santa Monica’s business remains outside

SANTA MONICA, CA – A popular Santa Monica cafe will continue to keep all business out as COVID-19 cases rise in Los Angeles County and the highly contagious variant of Omicron increases.

“Although most of our cafes will remain unchanged, we have decided to stop eating indoors in all cafes with immediate effect,” Go Get Em Tiger announced on Tuesday.

The company urged people to get vaccinated or boostered and contain the spread of the virus.

There is no eating or drinking at any of the GGET locations including Santa Monica, Culver City, West Hollywood, The Row in Downtown LA, Highland Park, Los Feliz, and Larchmont.

“We will continue to offer outdoor seating in all cafes,” announced the company. “You can still order at the counter or use the GGET app, and you can still take your drink outdoors in real ceramics and glass.”

“Thank you for your understanding as we roll through the latest loop of the COVID roller coaster,” the company said. “Wear your mask, get vaccinated (get brushed up if you can!) And come to us.”

The dramatic surge in COVID-19 infections in Los Angeles County continued on Monday, with more than 3,200 new cases reported, along with seven more deaths and 60 new cases of the fast-spreading Omicron variant. The worrying spike is causing health officials to beg people to get their booster vaccinations.

You can also schedule an appointment in Los Angeles County to get tested before the holidays. Visit the website to make an appointment or find a location for walk-in testing.


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