Beverly Hills bans trick-or-treating

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By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer

Beverly Hills has banned any trick-or-treating (and car-based “trunk-or-treating”) on Oct. 31. While the practice was briefly banned by L.A. County last month, officials have since changed their stance to one of strong discouragement. — L.A. Times

Continued outbreaks linked to social gatherings and workplaces are preventing L.A. County from progressing to a less-restrictive reopening tier, according to public health officials. — L.A. Times

The city will resume regular parking enforcement and street sweeping tomorrow — so don’t forget to move your car. — Los Feliz Ledger

Over 600 LAPD employees have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic started. About 200 LAFD employees have tested positive. — CBS Los Angeles

L.A. Comic Con has canceled its 2020 event. Last month, organizers announced they would host an in-person event in December, but an absence of reopening guidelines from L.A. for events and theme parks prevented further planning. — Fox Los Angeles

“Grab & Go” food centers, organized by LAUSD, have provided 67 million free meals to L.A. residents since opening in March. — USC Annenberg Media


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Masked pedestrians wait at a bus stop in Koreatown. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.

This article first appeared on Los Angeleno and is shared with their permission in partnership with the Los Angeles Wave. You can subscribe for news and features from Los Angeleno here.



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