LA announces $800 stipend for 4,000 restaurant workers

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By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer

Yesterday, L.A. County recorded 7,854 new cases and 44 deaths — yes, that’s another record-high count. Health officials estimate that one in every 200 residents are infectious. Overall, November’s new-case tally is greater than the previous two months combined. — CBS Los AngelesPatch Los Angeles

The new stay-at-home order for residents of the city of Los Angeles has roughly 10 pages detailing various exceptions. Those include: allowing malls and shops to remain open at a decreased capacity, allowing gyms to host outdoor classes, banning outdoor dining, banning gatherings with members of other households (unless at a protest or religious ceremony). — KCRWKTLA

The city will be distributing $800 one-time COVID-19 stipends to 4,000 restaurant workers. — ABC Los Angeles

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still no hazard pay😔

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According to the city’s latest stay-at-home order, travel by foot, bicycle, scooter, motorcycle, car or public transit is prohibited, except when participating in exempted activities like grocery shopping and obtaining medical care. Photo by Ande Richards.

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