Residents in Manhattan Beach told to avoid RV park being used as COVID-19 quarantine location

Manhattan Beach city officials are warning its residents to stay away from Dockweiler Beach RV Park because it's being used to temporarily house individuals who have been ordered to isolate or quarantine by the Los Angeles County Department of Health due to COVID-19.

"All residents and visitors who may be on the beach, strand, or bike path should avoid the area entirely," officials said. "Dockweiler Beach RV Park is within the jurisdiction and control of Los Angeles County. Individuals that may be housed at this location will likely be those who cannot self-isolate/quarantine in their residence and need comprehensive services to ensure safety, health and well-being."

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Supportive housing facilities will be distributed across all areas of L.A. County, including the Pomona Fairplex grounds.

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