Reporter Roundup: Lab Testing, Mask Politics | KCET
Reporter Roundup: Lab Testing, Mask Politics
July 3, 2020
On the July 3 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters dig into COVID-19 lab testing and mask politics.
KPCC’s Emily Dugdale reports Los Angeles Police Department officers have been seen not wearing facial masks even though a memo was issued last month requiring they wear masks.
In Orange County, mask wearing has become politicized, especially as schools consider reopening, according to KPCC’s Kyle Stokes.
More people are getting tested for COVID-19, but reporter Jackie Fortiér has found some labs aren’t turning results around fast enough.
Kyle Stokes @kystokes
Emily Dugdale @eedugdale
Jackie Fortiér @JackieFortier
Erick Galindo @ErickGEEE
Suzanne Levy @suzlevy
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