Labor Day is right around the corner! Although it may be tempting to attend large gatherings, please remember that you’re safer at home. Below are 10 tips from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health for a safe holiday weekend.
LA County saw rapid increases of COVID-19 cases in the weeks following Memorial Day and the Fourth of July, which lead to the closures of many businesses. To prevent another rise in cases from happening again, here are the top 10 tips for a safe Labor Day weekend. pic.twitter.com/LGl9fkeDF9
— LA Public Health (@lapublichealth) September 2, 2020
We here at Metro would like to remind you that service will operate on Sunday/Holiday schedule this coming Monday, Sept. 7. This means that buses that do not operate on Sundays will not run on Monday. Check metro.net/advisories for any alerts or detour information.
Metro’s current weekday service will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 8. We hope you have a happy and safe weekend!
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Just out of curiosity, is the schedule uploaded to Google and Apple maps? If so, you should check it again because I’m late for work thanks to relying on these services.
I’m Got a Question Is There Service on Line 111 On Monday during a Holiday Schedule?