LA Sheriff To Fine $300 For Not Wearing A Mask In Public

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department West Hollywood Station said in a Facebook post that it would issue citations for not wearing a mask that come with a $250 fine and $50 in fees.
Shoppers, wearing masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus, shop on Santee Alley in the Garment District in downtown Los Angeles this week. Source: Genaro Molina

As new cases of the coronavirus continue to rise in California, one Golden State sheriff's office announced on Wednesday that it would impose a fine of

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