Are Detroit bars, restaurants following COVID-19 rules or will they be shut down again?
DETROIT Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan was clear that if bars and restaurants in the city didnt follow coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations, the city would take them to court to shut them down. Detroit is desperate to avoid an outbreak like the one from Harpers Restaurant and Brew Pub in East Lansing. Harpers was packed after regulations were lifted, and there are now at least 85 coronavirus cases linked to the bar. City officials are very concerned that some Detroit bars, restaurants and clubs arent following safety guidelines. What health officials discovered was that not all business owners understood the rules of capacity, masks and social distancing.
Detroit mayor warns bars, restaurants to remain at 50 percent capacity amid COVID-19 pandemic
DETROIT As Michigan sees an uptick in new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan wants to ensure bars and restaurants are following the rules and staying at 50 percent capacity. We cant have that happen.READ: Appeals court: Michigan gyms, fitness center remain closedLast weekend some Detroit bars, restaurants and nightclubs were packed with people. Just like Harpers Restaurant and Brew Pub in East Lansing, where officials are reporting at least 43 new COVID-19 cases are connected to that one location. Detroit officials said there was no social distancing going on at all at bars and restaurants in the city. Duggan wouldnt identify any of the restaurants.