Los Angeles County’s public health director has been insisting that compliance with health orders will slow the spread of the coronavirus. Barbara Ferrer said Monday three more local businesses had to be shuttered due to large-scale outbreaks and failure to comply with operating protocols. Some of these businesses being Golden State Foods Corp. and Los Angeles Apparel – considered the county’s worst COVID-19 outbreak site.
Ferrer has made a renewed call for regional cooperation and commitment among residents and business owners to slow the spread of the virus and avoid a return to more dramatic stay-at-home orders.
“I’ve said before that additional rollbacks or closures must remain on the table,” Ferrer said. “But at this stage in the pandemic, we believe we have a lot of tools available that if fully utilized should allow us to slow the spread without going back to the more stringent Safer-At-Home orders that were in place earlier in the pandemic.”
The county had earlier promoted avoidance of “three C’s”: crowded places, confined spaces and close contact with others. On Monday, Ferrer rolled out another “three C’s”: compliance, containment and collaboration, all aimed at urging adherence to control measures such as wearing face coverings and physical distancing, along with stepped up testing and cooperation with contact tracers and working collaboratively across all sectors of government and business sectors.
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