"This is the saftest place to be other than your own home," Cristophe told the Courier. "Doing hair outside, I feel it's really not appropriate because first of all, you're in working 105 degrees temperature right now.
"A very important part of our recovery is getting our children back to schools. Yesterday, the state released new guidance about newly permitted activities at all schools across the state to help students at high risk and high need.
"L.A. Metro has a moral obligation to pursue a fareless system and help our region recover from both a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic and the devastating effects of the lack of affordability in the region," Metro CEO Phillip Washington said.
The hotel sees this as a stepping-stone solution. "We certainly hope that we can all return to more 'normal' operations sooner rather than later, but if the need for this service remains, we are here to provide it," added Velasquez.