The country’s biggest Covid testing site, Dodger Stadium, shut down this first few days of the year to get ready for a development.
“This one being the biggest one is shut down for two days. We have a great many traffic cones that must be set up,” said David Ortiz of the Los Angeles City Fire Department.
For quite a long time, the roads encompassing Dodger Stadium have been packed with vehicles as individuals hold on to get into the parking garage for a COVID-19 test.
To reduce clog in the area, Dodgers and the City of L.A. haggled to open a subsequent parking garage with enough space for 600 additional vehicles, being set up by L.A. fire and transportation division authorities.
“We’re working with the branch of transportation to design paths in a protected way and put out these great many traffic cones essential for the four paths of traffic,” Ortiz said.
Testing for about 13,300 individuals for every day will continue at Dodger Stadium on Monday as L.A.- territory clinics are as yet confronting limit issues while treating fundamentally sick patients.
This weekend, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was sent to assist at six area emergency clinics.
The groups will assess and, where fundamental, update oxygen conveyance frameworks with an end goal to mitigate the pressure brought about by the volume of oxygen stream needed to treat the consistently expanding number of patients conceded with respiratory issues because of COVID-19.
“We’re attempting to survey how we can diminish the strain on their offices and their mechanical spaces,” said Col. Julie Balton of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles Division.
The Army Corps will review writes about what work should be done at the emergency clinics they visit, at that point the state and FEMA will help the medical clinics make changes.
For data on getting tried for Covid in L.A. Province, visit https://crown virus.la/covid-19-testing.