Afternoon Update: In Vegas, Masks Are Already History

Also Starbuck’s BLM ban and more news you may have missed today

» Maskless Las Vegas visitors are shaming fellow tourists for wearing face coverings. A reporter who visited the Cosmopolitan says you’d never know we were in the midst of a pandemic. [Los Angeles Times]

» A Long Beach ophthalmologist is offering free medical care to uninsured people who were injured while protesting. In an Instagram post, Dr. Amir Moarefi wrote, “Whether hit by police or rioters, or shot in the eye with rubber bullets or pepper spray, let me know [and] I will provide free healthcare and eye care.” [LAist]

» A fire burning near Lake Piru in Ventura County had grown to 450 acres as of this morning. Called the Lime fire, it’s injured at least two people. [KTLA

» California hotels are reopening, but your stay could look a little different during the pandemic. Capacity will reportedly be limited at pools, fitness centers will be closed, and that continental breakfast buffet? Toast. [The Real Deal]

» Starbucks is facing blowback after a memo prohibiting employees from wearing clothes or accessories that promote the Black Lives Matter movement went public. They reportedly made the move to “to create a safe and welcoming” at their locations. [The Hill

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