COVID study: 3% from restaurants, 7% from government offices

Taxpayers Association of Oregon

A new LA County study shows that restaurants are responsible for 3% of the outbreaks, while government buildings record 7%.

Fox News reports,

“According to new data from Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Health, COVID-19 cases traced back to the county’s restaurants and bars accounted for just 3.1%, or 70 of the total 2,257 confirmed cases found from 204 “outbreak” locations…Meanwhile, 7.27% of COVID cases were traced back to government agencies, including L,A. County entities like the Registrar, Fire Department, and Department of Parks and Recreation, among others.”

What does this mean for Oregon’s restaurant ban?

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