Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do

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During the March 23rd Board meeting, the Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved two resolutions, one from Chairman Andrew Do, First District, titled “Orange County Board of Supervisors Commitment to Action Against Racism” and the other from Supervisor Lisa Bartlett, Fifth District, titled “County of Orange Stands in Solidarity …continue reading

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Yesterday, March 8th, the Disneyland Vaccine Super Point-of-Dispensing (POD) site reopened as a drive-thru site with American with Disabilities Act (ADA) lanes to allow for individuals to receive in-car vaccinations. “We’re grateful that our local disabilities rights advocates have engaged in conversations with us to help us improve our POD …continue reading

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On November 10, Vice Chairman Andrew Do (1st District), Supervisor Lisa Bartlett (5th District), and the Orange County Nikkei Coordinating Council will host the 50th Anniversary Commemoration of the Japanese Garden and Tea House located in the Civic Center of Santa Ana. In honor of the Japanese Garden’s 50-year anniversary, …continue reading

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Orange County families in need of food assistance can access fresh produce and other essential pantry items every month at the First District’s Drive-Thru Food Bank, hosted by Supervisor Andrew Do and Saddleback Church. “Food insecurity has worsened for many Orange County families and seniors as a result of COVID-19,” …continue reading

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Orange County restaurants that prioritize customer safety and worker protections could soon get $10 million in financial support during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under a plan authored by Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do, restaurants in Orange County that have followed health safety rules and complied with state COVID-19 health guidelines will …continue reading

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More than twenty-five hundred medical treatments were provided to patients accessing free health care, dental care, and other medical services as part of Orange County’s largest annual health fair held at Mile Square Park. The October 27 event, hosted by Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do and the Vietnamese Physicians Association …continue reading