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LBPD Chief Luna test positive for COVID



Photo via LBPD

The Long Beach Police Department announced late Tuesday evening that soon-to-be outgoing police Cheif Robert Luna has tested positive for a breakthrough case of COVID-19.

Details: Luna, currently running for Los Angeles County Sheriff, is "feeling ill" and is presently self-isolating at home but remains in 'good sprits' according to the Long Beach Police Department.

  • In September, Luna announced his retirement as Cheif and will be stepping down on Jan 1.

  • The LBPD says Cheif Luna is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, but it's unknown if he had a booster shot.




Keep this in mind:

Last week Luna held a campaign event at the home of Long Beach City Councilmember Roberto Uranga. He and many others, including Councilmember Mary Zendejas and California State Senator Lena Gonzalez, were not wearing a face mask and seated in close proximity.



Photo via Luna campaign Instagram page



Photo via Luna campaign Instagram page



Photo via Luna campaign Instagram page

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