Good morning L.A.
It’s no secret that 2020 is hurting many businesses. In LA, federal relief loan distributions are both. Very limited and Not very equal City efforts in relief efforts Not much better
Many businesses are forced to take care of themselves. Talk to my co-worker in the area. Emily Guerin Found that who is Can be rotated Their operations or offering new products tend to be afloat. Those who cannot or are not facing a higher chance of shutdown
Like many Other local restaurants owner Wanderlust Creamery In Santa Monica, quickly turned to online ordering, shipping ice cream across the country. Open other restaurants Ghost kitchen In fact, epidemic-related innovations exist. on and on and on.
Still, for the most part, it is hoped to return to normal business soon, like many other things today, it̵7;s just a question of when.
Read more about what’s happening in LA today. And stay there safely
What you need to know today
LA Surge: LA County health officials reported Tuesday. 11,994 new coronavirus cases And 288 new deaths
Housing crisis: Freshman of LA City Councilman Kevin de León Movement announcement For LA, it will double its inventory of homeless homes to 50,000 units by 2025.
Vaccine: Gov. Gavin Newsom may adjust the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations to Expanded access to the COVID-19 vaccine For all people 65 years and older to accelerate the release of the vaccine.
Money is important: Workers representing some LA employees have Agree to a preliminary agreement This will prevent layoffs and layoffs for the next six months.
Police Constable: Details of LAUSD’s plan to Reduce the budget of the school police department Still in limbo after six months
Before you go … these are LA’s greatest breakfast burritos.
Breakfast burritos are truly comfortable, cheap, they’re filling. They provide the highest yield for your calorie buck. It’s a blank slate for creative cooks and it’s delicious.
In southern California, home to the fast food industry, breakfast burritos are a pillar in burger joints, many of which belong to immigrants. Scan their menu and you’ll likely find a burrito in combination with gyros, tacos, burgers, sandwiches, grilled cheese, and milkshakes.
We can all use it for a little comfort, especially in this epidemic era. Read on.
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