Daniel De la Cruz

Grocery store worker, Food 4 Less

Grocery store worker at Food 4 Less

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Fifteen months after the coronavirus pandemic, California is fully opening today. Capacity limits and requirements for social distancing and masks are lifted in most places.

From ‘mask police’ to ‘vaccination card police,’ how LA food workers are handling California’s reopening

Fifteen months after the coronavirus pandemic, California is fully opening today. Capacity limits and requirements for social distancing and masks are lifted in most places.

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The CDC says fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks in most indoor and outdoor places, but California won’t adopt that change until June 15.

LA grocery workers worry unvaccinated people will take advantage of CDC’s relaxed mask guidelines

The CDC says fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks in most indoor and outdoor places, but California won’t adopt that change until June 15.

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