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Street Vendors Grapple With 10PM Stay-At-Home Order

Juana has sold Guatemalan carne asada & caldo de gallina in Westlake for 12 yrs. When the pandemic started, she didn’t work for nearly 8 months. Her customers kept asking her to come back. Samanta Helou-Hernandez For LAist
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As of Friday, Angelenos are required to be inside their homes between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 a.m. We spoke to some local street vendors to find out how the new regulation might affect their business.

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