Detroit – On Tuesday, the Michigan Liquor Control Commission suspended the liquor licenses and permits of five other companies.
The state agency pointed out that the action was taken to disrupt the businesses of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Expanded COVID restrictions.
violation” MDHHS order Including Wyandotte’s Brooklyn’s, Ypsilanti̵
These companies plan to appear before the administrative law judge on December 30 to conduct a virtual hearing to determine whether the suspension should continue, or other fines and fines will be imposed.
“The licensee is strictly forbidden to conduct indoor gatherings as defined by the MDHHS gathering and face mask order in places permitted by the licensee. In addition, these prohibited gatherings held without requiring customers to wear masks constitute a public health, safety and welfare A direct threat. Allowing this activity to continue may lead to a further outbreak of COVID-19.” Michigan said in a press release.
It continued: “Any licensed company that violates the MDHHS emergency order will be strictly held accountable and may be revoked or its license suspended. All licensees must not only comply with the MDHHS directive, but also the local health department’s directives, and Local laws regarding the reduction of occupancy rates and social distancing agreements related to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
quantity Confirmed cases of coronavirus State officials report that as of Tuesday, the number of Michigan (COVID-19) has increased to 483,922, with 12,282 deaths.
Tuesday’s update included 3,414 new cases and 193 additional deaths, including 105 deaths in important records.
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