HANOVER, MD. (WJZ) — Strains shaped exterior Cancun Cantina in Hanover on Saturday, as Anne Arundel County Well being and Liquor Board inspectors investigated a number of studies of COVID-19 violations they obtained after an occasion that occurred the week earlier than.
The inspectors had gotten ideas of a number of coronavirus violations there.
“Due to that, we felt it obligatory, together with the well being division of Anne Arundel County, to come back down tonight which is one week later, to see if there was any validity to the complaints,” stated Wayne Harris, AACO Liquor Board.
Officers stated they witnessed quite a few violations.
“They had been all COVID-related, needed to do with the shortage of face masks, face masks not being correctly worn, additionally with individuals standing round and consuming, however you’re not permitted to face and drink, not being seated, not socially distancing correct quantity, overcrowded in sure areas,” Harris stated.
The bar was cited however remained open as inspectors remained on the location.
“We’re gonna make it possible for they do adjust to the foundations and rules, if not, we might must cite them a second time tonight,” an inspector stated.
Officers stated administration on the bar had been being very cooperative and understanding as they labored to make sure their prospects adopted the protocol.