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LOS ANGELES – Authorities in LA have issued a subpoena to garment manufacturing site Los Angeles Apparel regarding its pay and sick leave policies, after the factory became a hotbed for COVID-19 with more than 300 cases registered amongst staff, leading to the deaths of four.

Owner Dov Charney has been at loggerheads with the city’s Department of Public Health, as the DPH pinned the outbreak on Charney’s unwillingness to provide a completed list of factory employees, whilst failing to establish proper social distancing mechanisms.

Though Charney refuted these claims, and looked to quash speculation that the number of cases at his site could be considered an “outbreak”, he has since been compliant with authorities as they’ve gone about readying the factory for re-opening.  

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