Business listing includes tobacco shops, salons and beauty supply stores, gyms, and a car wash

They file charges against 60 Los Angeles businesses that ignored the quarantine order

Los Angeles non-essential businesses are ordered to remain closed as of March.


The Prosecutor of the city of The Angels, Mike Feuer, announced yesterday (Tuesday) that his office filed charges to 60 businesses that are classified as non-essential and which breached the closing mandate.

"As Dr. Fauci said this morning, all the hard work done to stop the spread of COVID-19 may be in vain if businesses violate the rules and open prematurely.Feuer said in his remarks referring to a possible new outbreak if the rules are not followed.

At least half of the shops facing charges are tobacco shopsThe rest is divided between salons and a beauty supply store, gyms and a car wash.

The economic crisis caused by the coronavirus has created an unprecedented situation in The Angels leaving thousands without jobs and many merchants with mortgage or lease debts.

"I understand that we all want to go back to work and get back to routine. I sympathize with all the businesses that are suffering now, but we will get our economy back much sooner if we all have the discipline to follow these rules now."Added the prosecutor Feuer.

This is the complete list of the 60 businesses facing charges.


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