Garcetti Urges LA to Wear Homemade Masks, Says City Will Prosecute Non-Essential Businesses That Stay Open




Garcetti Urges LA to Wear Homemade Masks, Says City Will Prosecute Non-Essential Businesses That Stay Open
Garcetti Urges LA to Wear Homemade Masks, Says City Will Prosecute Non-Essential Businesses That Stay Open  

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti urged Angelenos to make their own face masks to wear in public on Wednesday, after Gov. Gavin Newsom and county health officials stopped short of issuing similar guidance.

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