Between July 2-4, City Found 9 Businesses (Out of 655 Visited) Not Complying With Apects of City's COVID-19 Health Order, Gave Them This Administrative Citation Warning Notice...And Here's What Happened
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|(July 8, 2020, 8:05 a.m.) -- The City of Long Beach says that between July 2-4, it sent a "Venue Task Force" to visit 655 locations, mostly bars and restaurants, bars and restaurants, to conduct "educational outreach" and check businesses to verify compliance with the City's COVID-19 Health Order. Those visits resulted in "Administrative Citation Warning Notices" given to businesses deemed out of compliance with the order.
City management's Joint Information Center says the nine warning notices pertained to not complying with the face shield requirement, uncovered silverware, menus not sanitized and a few other Stay at Home violations (no details on specific businesses immediately available.)
The Joint Information Center says the City subsequently revisited the nine cited businesses and found all of them in compliance with requirements.
What's an "Administrative Citation Warning Notice"? To see one, scroll down. (LBREPORT.com requested and received a blank copy that we marked "sample").
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