Supervisors OK more resources for COVID compliance, enforcement

 

Last updated 1/12/2021 at 2:49pm



SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The county Board of Supervisors Tuesday, Jan. 12 approved several COVID-19 measures, including stepped-up enforcement of businesses not complying with restrictions, and a fair and consistent application of policies based on scientific data.

Supervisors voted 4-1, with Jim Desmond opposed. The compliance measures cover inspections responsive to complaints, proactive inspections, and citations for those violating the Safe Reopening Plan.

Based on a proposal from Supervisor Nora Vargas, where legally possible, businesses not in compliance with public health orders will...



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