California boosts COVID-19 workplace safety rules

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By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer

L.A.’s Al Fresco program, which launched in May to help restaurants quickly adapt to outdoor dining, has been paused by city officials due to a lack of funding. — Eater Los Angeles

Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law that requires employers to alert their employees of a COVID-19 outbreak or possible workplace exposure within 48 hours of finding out about it. CAL/OSHA has also moved forward with establishing emergency statewide standards that would require employers to implement stricter virus precautions. — CBS Los AngelesL.A. Times

Detainees at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center are facing a major outbreak of COVID-19, according to the ACLU of Southern California. Nearly 40 individuals have tested positive. — Patch Los Angeles

Businesses that operate out of indoor shopping malls are suing the county in an effort to ease COVID-19 restrictions. Currently, only stores that have their own outside entrances can operate. — L.A. Times

L.A. breweries and wineries can now apply to receive part of a $10 million COVID-19 grant approved by the County Board of Supervisors. — Eater Los Angeles


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Customers and workers wear masks inside Monty’s Burgers. 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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