Connect with us

Health

Some California businesses going underground during lockdowns – Fox Business

Ever since California went into lockdown to mitigate against the spread of COVID-19 last March, many of the state’s “non-essential” businesses have taken their…

Published

on

post featured image
ADVERTISEMENT

Ever since California went into lockdown to mitigate against the spread of COVID-19 last March, many of the state’s “non-essential” businesses have taken their chances operating underground to try to stay above water.
Dozens of businesses in Los Angeles alone have been charged with violating Mayor Eric Garcetti’s “Safer at Home” order.
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer has charged dozens of businesses with violations, including car washes, tobacco shops, beauty supply stores, massage parlors,…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

You might also like ...

Article feature image
L.A. County teachers, grocery workers, restaurant staff and other essential workers to become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines Monday – KTLA Los Angeles
Article feature image
Can vaccinated people still spread the coronavirus? – The Denver Post
Article feature image
DHHS: California COVID-19 variant found in Douglas County – KETV Omaha