LOS ANGELES (AP) – Los Angeles County officials have announced new coronavirus-related restrictions that will prohibit in-person dining for at least three weeks as cases rise throughout the holiday season. The new rules will take effect Wednesday at 10 p.m. Restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars will only be able to offer takeout, drive-thru and delivery services. Officials had warned that these restrictions could come if the county’s five-day average of new cases was above 4,000. Sunday’s five-day average was 4,097 cases. Most of California, including Los Angeles County, has been under a curfew since Saturday night at 10 p.m.