On July 24th, the County issued their compliance plan for health orders issued by the Los Angeles County Public Health Department. Below is the text as it appeared in their daily update dated July 24, 2020.
Los Angeles County Joint Information Center - COVID-19
Compliance Plan for Health Orders is Unveiled
LA County's Department of Public Health (DPH) unveiled a compliance and enforcement plan yesterday to ensure infection control measures are in place in businesses across the County. The tiered plan will include citations and fines for businesses that continue to violate Health Officer Orders, and aims to ensure the health and economy of those who work and live in LA County are protected from the deadly virus.
The PlanThe plan will apply to businesses licensed and permitted by DPH, as well as those who are not. Businesses licensed and permitted by DPH can expect to see the following when visited by an inspector:
To date, 26 restaurants, 1 grocery store, 1 pool and 67 unregulated businesses (which includes 3 gyms) have been shut down due to Health Officer Order violations. LA County's goal is to make sure public health orders are being followed for the health and safety of all those who work and/or visit LA County businesses.
For more details, read the press release. Click here to access DPH Health Officer Orders and Reopening Protocols.