Social Distancing Reduces Traffic At Brentwood Farmer's Market
Mayor Garcetti talks with Mike Bonin and first responders during Dec 2017 fire.
Early Weekend Update
Sent Date: 04/02/20
Covid19 Market Rules
Farmer's Markets, including this one in Brentwood, will have to abide by new rules to operate. Since the City may not have staff to enforce, we will have to see how well shoppers can self regulate.
You Heard It Here First
We always do our best to filter for you fact from fiction (and friction).
Early last week, we informed our members the reason for the skewed statistics about Brentwood cases and today in the LA Times, here it is...
But those disparities do not mean the virus is spreading more widely through rich neighborhoods than in poorer ones, public health officials and experts say. Rather, they are likely skewed by uneven access to testing, and in some instances by wealthy residents who traveled internationally and had some of the earliest confirmed infections.
VAGLAHS is reaching out to high risk unsheltered homeless Veterans on the streets across the GLA five county jurisdiction with three distinct programs.
On April 1, 138 beds in building 214, formerly used as a portion of our Domiciliary, will be made available to those in the following categories with separation of these groups maintained throughout the building.
Veterans who need to self-isolate due to a medical condition that increases susceptibility to COVID-19 or known contact with someone who has the disease
Veterans who are presumed to have the infection and are awaiting test results.
Veterans who are positive and need to remain isolated for a 14-day period
On April 4 VAGLAHS will open the “A Bridge Home” structure that was provided through collaboration by VAGLAHS, the City of Los Angeles and with the service provider, Carlos Lopez and Associates. Although it was originally designed to house 100 homeless Veterans who were moving through transitional housing, it will now be used as a 50-bed facility for non-symptomatic homeless Veterans in order to maintain social distancing measures.