County Tells All Residents to be Prepared for Isolation, Quarantine
Friday, Mar 27, 2020 @ 01:51 PM

LA County COVID-19 cases over 1,000


By Sam Catanzaro


The director of public health for Los Angeles County is advising every resident to prepare for the possibility of isolation or quarantine.


“We are asking every single resident in LA County to be prepared to isolate and or to quarantine. And that means have your plans in place because when you are quarantined or isolated you cannot go to the grocery store, you cannot go the pharmacy,” said Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) Director.


On Wednesday, the LA County Health Officer issued a public order that requires the self-isolation of any person who tested positive for COVID-19 or is presumed by their physician or clinician to be positive for COVID-19. In addition, the order also requires the quarantine for all close contacts, including household members and caregivers.


For those tested positive in LA County, seven days of isolation is now required.


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