The guidance says international students won’t be exempt even if an outbreak forces their schools online during the fall term.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom warned local elected officials on Friday they risk state sanctions if they don’t enforce health orders as the coronavirus pandemic worsens, while about 200 state inspectors fanned out to look for violators over the long holiday weekend.
About two-thirds of the funding was earmarked for police overtime and will be used to provide services and programs for communities of color, including a youth summer jobs program.
“It’s more education. I’m not coming out with a fist,” Gov. Gavin Newsom insisted, but those on the strike team have licensing and enforcement power over a broad array of businesses that are subject to stringent guidelines.
This year is unique; the reason why likely has to do with the health pandemic that has forced people to stay home.
California voters will weigh in this November on whether to expand a landmark data privacy law, alter a decades-old law that limits property taxes on businesses and exempt ride-hail giants Uber and Lyft from a new state labor law.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia cautioned on Friday that just because the state is allowing more businesses to open doesn’t mean the city will allow it.
The number of homeless people counted across Los Angeles County jumped 12.7% over the past year to more than 66,400 and authorities fear that figure will spike again once the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic is felt.
Students and staff can expect temperature checks upon entering schools and buses, face masks for teachers and students and extensive hand washing throughout the day.
Most of the new businesses are part of “Phase 3.” Nail salons will not be included in the list.