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California State Senator Moorlach responds to return of cruise ship coronavirus patients to California

Senator John M. W. Moorlach has been apprised and briefed of the situation by both the Governor’s office and the leadership of the city of Costa Mesa.

Here is his statement on these recent events:

“The coronavirus patients from California should have finished their quarantine on the cruise ship in Japan. Now that they are in the state, they should not be sent to Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa. Nor to any other highly populated area.

“Because the facilities have air vents, it is not prudent to house them off of a main thoroughfare like Harbor Boulevard. It would be better that they are sent to a retired military base in the desert.

“The coronavirus patients should be treated humanely and with the best medical care available. But the first priority must be to contain the virus and make sure it doesn’t jump into the local population, in this case, the citizens in my 37th Senatorial District or any other densely populated Senatorial District.”

The article above was released by the office of California State Senator John Moorlach.


  1. Thank you for attempting to protect our city of Costa Mesa. I had a teaching career right around the corner from there and I know there are many schools, seniors, and families near the Fairview Center. I agree that these people with corona virus should be in a non populous area. Thank you again for your support!

  2. Well stated, Senator Moorlach. If these patients are not quarantined and treated in a remote location away from the general population, the results will be catastrophic.

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