L.A. County orders closure of garment manufacturer after 300 employees contract coronavirus

Los Angeles County health officials have ordered the closure of a garment manufacturing facility where more than 300 employees tested positive for the novel coronavirus, including four people who died from the disease.

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) said in a statement Friday that the order came as a result of an investigation into Los Angeles Apparel, a basics apparel manufacturer and distributor founded in 2016. The company employs more than 350 people, according to its Facebook page.

DPH said that it initiated the probe after learning that three employees died of COVID-19 in June and that one succumbed to the virus in early July. …

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  1. Damocles says

    You know , there’s something that’s just not right with this story . It smacks of lying propaganda and fraudulent reporting of test results.
    From the sword of—-

  2. Gotta Gedada Displace says

    Isn’t Dov Charney the same guy who ran the now defunct American Apparel chain, replete with sex harassment and other scandals against employees ?

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