Scenes From a Pandemic: Part 11

Alive! continues its documentation of City employees as they take a multitude of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are entries from the Club and the City Twitter feeds about City Employees and Club Members at work during this trying time.

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“These folks absolutely rocked the (fire) house today. @uscschpharmacy
“Proud and honored to have helped administer the COVID-19 vaccine today to the @LAFD firefighters and other first responders. @USC #FightOn”

— Dec. 28

LAPD/Capt. Emada Tingiredes

“LAPD @lapdVanNuysDiv Officer De Jesus and
@LAPDCentralArea Officer Wells have restored multiple Time Switch Boxes throughout the City on their ‘Off Duty’ time. “A special thank you on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.”

— Jan. 10

Mayor Eric Garcetti/Public Works Sanitation

“Ten months into this crisis, our City teams continue to work tirelessly to support Angelenos impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you to these Los Angeles Sanitation & Environment team members serving as Disaster Service Workers and providing meals to seniors in need.”

— Jan. 14

LAPD West Traffic

“CTSU Officers King & Manning educating the peds about crossing the street without being distracted. Your phone can wait! @LAPDBlakechow @LapdWoodyard @LAPDWestLA @LAPDOlympic @LAPDWilshire @LAPDPacific @LAPDHollywood @lapdhq”

— Jan. 19

LA Port Police

“LA Port Police are proud to continue supporting the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Southern California. Although we can’t be in person with our athletes, our honorary Port Police athlete, Brett Laza, was still with us today. We miss you and can’t wait to see you all soon!”

— Jan. 19