KGTV San Diego
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to approve several coronavirus-related measures to step up enforcement against businesses not following public health orders.
Supervisor Nathan Fletcher said the vote for increased enforcement will dedicate more resources to address businesses violating health orders. The new measures were originally presented in August 2020 but only partially adopted.
In a statement, Fletcher said due to the “significant surge in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths the new Board of Supervisors again reviewed those enforcement options” and adopted all of them.