Five LA grocery stores cited for breaking COVID-19 safety rules

By Emily Jo Wharry Contributing Writer

Four L.A. area Ralphs and one Food 4 Less grocery store — located in Studio City, Sherman Oaks, West Hollywood and Culver City — were cited for violating various COVID-19 safety regulations and endangering employees. — CBS Los Angeles

L.A. Unified School District’s ambitious COVID-19 testing plan will be overseen by a startup run by one of the superintendent’s former business partners. The contract between the new company and LAUSD totals $48.9 million. — L.A. TimesKTLA

The county clarified its rules for drive-in events: Live performances are not allowed, visitors must stay in their vehicles at all times, and food must be provided through a licensed or permitted vendor. — Deadline

According to the largest COVID-19 study to date, just 8% of people with COVID-19 account for 60% of new infections among their contacts. Researchers found that “super-spreading” events — which often take place in poorly-ventilated indoor spaces or keep people in close contact for extended periods of time — likely determine the risk of infection. — L.A. Times


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Customers wait outside Grand Central Market for their takeout orders. Photo by Afonso Salcedo.

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