Los Angeles County has issued Grace Community Church (GCC) a $1,000 fine for violating a COVID sign ordinance by having the incorrect signage posted on their church.
GCC has signs up that say: “Please do not enter if you have an elevated temperature, a cough, or any flu-like symptoms” on the front doors of the church and other locations on church property, but the county inspector declared that the signs were in the wrong locations.
Furthemore, the inspector dinged them for the signs failing to mention mandatory information that must be present according to governmental ordinaces, such as instructing people to wear masks, wash their hands or use hand sanitizer, and to maintain social distancing protocols fo 6 feet.
MacArthurs lawyer, special counsel Jenna Ellis, called the county’s actions “bullying and harassment,” and further proof that they just want to shut down the church.
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