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. She’s one of few vendors in the area who sell past 10pm but had to close at 9pm

Originally published November 22, 2020

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.


This report is reprinted with permission from Southern California Public Radio. © 2020 Southern California Public Radio. All rights reserved.

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