Roommates, if you are a Los Angeles resident, please be prepared to stock up on masks again, because the city just announced that it will revert to the regulations on wearing masks regardless of whether you are vaccinated or not. In response to the rising number of COVID-19, Los Angeles County The government has officially decided to require residents to wear masks in public.
Earlier this month, Los Angeles County officials led by Los Angeles County Health Officer Dr. Muntu Davis advised residents to return wear mask——Now this suggestion has become a mandatory order. The new mask directive will come into effect at 11:59 pm on July 17. It is said that the order will be similar to the requirements implemented when California reopens on June 15.
In the past few weeks, the number of COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County has risen astonishingly. Especially this week, the county reported an average of 1,077 new cases per day and 1,537 cases were recorded today. This number has increased by 261% from two weeks ago, as the stronger Delta variant of COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly.
Speaking of this decision, Davis said: “For the millions of people in Los Angeles County who are at risk of infection, we are not where we need to go. Given what we are seeing now, it’s too late to wait for action. . [The order will remain] Until we start to see improvements. If the situation continues to deteriorate, everything will be on the table, which is why we need to take action now. “
Davis also added that he believes that wearing indoor masks in public places is the most effective way to stop the spread of COVID-19 without disrupting the operations of local businesses and places.
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