HANOVER, Md. (WJZ) — Cancun Cantina, a preferred bar in Anne Arundel County, was cited final weekend for COVID-19 violations.
“Once we have been right here, we did discover some violations, and so they have been cited for these violations,” Wayne Harris, of the Anne Arundel County Liquor Board, mentioned.
Officers mentioned administration on the bar have been being very cooperative and understanding as they labored to make sure their prospects adopted the protocol.
Anne Arundel County Government Steuart Pittman mentioned Wednesday, although capability limits are extra relaxed, that doesn’t imply the foundations don’t apply.
“Bars are significantly probably the most high-risk exercise,” Pittman mentioned.
The county govt warned residents the virus continues to be on the market with extra contagious strains to fret about.
Regardless that case charges and hospitalizations are trending in the best route, Pittman mentioned residents mustn’t let their guard down.
One lady who lives close by mentioned she’s observed individuals are getting stressed.
“They don’t wish to put on the masks, they wish to be in massive crowds, they don’t suppose it’s going to have an effect on them when in actuality, it impacts all of us,” she mentioned.
Pittman added he’s to bars and eating places. He mentioned when inspectors come out, they’re not attempting to close companies down.