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Face Coverings
Vice Chairman Andrew Do's Statement



 

During today’s Special Meeting, the Board of Supervisors did not approve the proposal to require food service workers to wear some sort of face covering at their workplace.
 
Here is a statement from Vice Chairman Andrew Do:
 
“Today, I proposed a County Order to require all food service workers in Orange County to wear face coverings – at grocery stores, restaurants, pharmacies, convenience stores, and all other food service establishments,” said Vice Chairman Andrew Do. “While my proposal was not adopted by the Board of Supervisors, I strongly feel that we need to be consistent with our advisory of wearing face coverings when in public. This advisory is especially necessary when it comes to people who handle our groceries and food. We have to look out for each other.”

Check out Vice Chairman Do’s video statement on face coverings.

Orange County Vice Chairman Andrew Do represents the First District communities of Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Westminster, Fountain Valley, and Midway City. In his second term, Vice Chairman Do has reformed Orange County’s mental health services, expanded access to health care, and led efforts to combat homelessness.
 
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