Gone for Good – 21 Great Places That Couldn’t Survive COVID 19

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Taking a look back at some of Downtown’s most beloved businesses hit hardest by the era of COVID 19. From eateries to corporate office buildings, DTLA will never be the same. Here’s a list of 10 Great Places That May Be Gone for Good in DTLA…

1. They should have been making Space Suits 

Officials have ordered Los Angeles Apparel closed after four people died and 300 employees tested positive for COVID-19 in late June.

Without proper protections and distancing requirements, the manufacturing facility most likely became a hotbed for the infectious disease with COVID raging out of control right here in the fashion capital of the world. – Downtown Los Angeles. 

According to the county Department of Public Health, an official order was issued mandating the “continuous closure” of the facility. Although this may not lead to permanent closure, there will be repercussions and the company living with the fact that at least four employees that are gone for good, allegedly in part to LA Apparels defiance of Health Dept regulations during the pandemic. https://losangelesapparel.net

Author: Keri Freeman

Military mom and proud parent, artist, writer, musician and film maker. Cocktail connoisseur. Publisher of DTLA Weekly.