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Los Angeles officials will start publicly documenting restaurants that have employees who tested positive for coronavirus.
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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health will begin posting a list of restaurants with confirmed coronavirus cases among its staff on its website, where it will reportedly be updating this list in real time. It is expected to go live “later this week,” L.A. County Department of Public Health director Dr. Barbara Ferrer said Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times reported.
All restaurants have been closed for dine-in service, but many remain open for takeout or delivery options.
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It was not clear if the restaurants on the list will stay on the website indefinitely, or if they will be removed at some point.
Los Angeles County already currently monitors and posts lists of other public institutions, including nursing homes, jails, shelters and treatment centers, among others.
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All restaurants in the state of California, meanwhile, have been closed for dine-in service, but many remain open for takeout or delivery options.