Scenes From a Pandemic: Part 9

Alive! continues its documentation of City employees as they take a multitude of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and keep LA safe. (The first part was in our April 2020 issue.) 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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Mayor of LA

“Rapid antigen testing can detect COVID-19 in as little as 15 minutes and at lower costs than other testing. With @CountyofLA and @USC, we are leading the way with a new pilot to explore this technology and help develop standards.”

— Oct. 27

Culture LA

“We are proud of DCA superheroes like Rebeca Guerrero (c), Jamie Costa (l) & Efren Landeros (not pictured), joined by staff lead Mr. Incredible, at Glassell Park Rec Cntr. All are helping to run our voting centers. Make your voice heard, #vote!”

— Nov. 2

Council/Joe Buscaino

“Today we broke ground on the $71 million #WilmingtonWaterfront with the @PortofLA,
@LADWP and the community! While this has been years in the making, in 28 months, we will finally be able to celebrate together at the grand opening!”

— Oct. 29


“The LAPD is working in collaboration with our city, county, state and federal partners with one common goal — to ensure Angelenos are safe, and their voting rights are being protected. Tonight, more than ever, we must come together as one — to ensure the safety of all.”

— Nov. 2

Port Police

“The Los Angeles Port Police partnered up with LAPD, LASD, LBPD, and HBPD in the first Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) trunk or treat event in Long Beach. We saw several local Special Olympic athletes and area families that joined in
on this fun and safe event.

Please stay safe and healthy this Halloween!”

— Oct. 29

LAPD Communications

“@911lapd personnel dressed up in their Dodger gear to support the boys in blue while supporting and backing our men and women in blue!
Go Dodgers! Go LAPD! @lapd_vargas”

— Oct. 27