Update from LA County Health and Board of Supervisors
Pressed by leaders frustrated with the pace of reopening Los Angeles County’s giant, pandemic-humbled economy, Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer on Tuesday, 9/15, defended her department’s gradual approach. And she stood firm that it will be weeks before restrictions on businesses will ease.
The lengthy Q&A with the Board of Supervisors came as board members are getting earfuls from business interests and constituents, many indignant and confused as to why certain kinds of businesses can open more fully than others.
Ferrer said it will still take up to two weeks before officials can assess whether there will be another surge after the recent Labor Day weekend. For now, they have to wait it out, “before we revisit what else can be open.” Ferrer stuck to the position that the department would wait until the end of September to evaluate how case numbers were affected by the Labor Day weekend before making any decisions about reopening.
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