Katherine Schwarzenegger Suggests Closing of Farmer’s Market Amid COVID-19 Crisis
After Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti shared a message about saving lives through restrictions, the wife of Chris Pratt takes issue with the packed local market in Brentwood.
- Mar 31, 2020
AceShowbiz – Katherine Schwarzenegger begged Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to close the local Brentwood Farmer’s Market amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Despite government authorities issuing safer-at-home orders amid the ongoing global health crisis, the star took to Twitter to share a snap of the packed farmer’s market on Sunday, March 29, as Garcetti shared a message insisting that “restrictions will save lives.”
Sharing the post, Katherine added, “The farmers market in Brentwood still being open seems like a huge issue when it comes to social gatherings,” along with a sarcastic clapping emoji.
Katherine Schwarzenegger suggests closing of Farmer’s Market amid COVID-19 crisis.
According to TMZ, law enforcement officials had received no complaints about the market being open but, after being advised about the mass gathering, were “on their way out… to educate and keep people apart.”
While the social distancing regulations are temporary, any violation of the government-implemented rules is a misdemeanor punishable by fine or imprisonment.
Amid the pandemic, World Health Organisation (WHO) officials are urging people to stay indoors and practice social distancing to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
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