The Ohio Investigative Unit says Karma Café was issued an administrative citation over the weekend for failing to heed the state’s 10pm alcohol curfew and hindering or obstructing an inspection. Also cited were Pavilion Restaurant in Geneva-on-the-Lake, Bogside Pub in Willowick, and Local Eatery in Cleveland.
Adults who tested positive for the coronavirus were about twice as likely to have dined at a restaurant within a two-week period prior to becoming sick, according to a new study from Centers For Disease Control and Prevention.
The study looked at 314 adults who had showed symptoms of COVID-19 and had sought testing at one of 11 facilities across 10 states in July. Of the participants, 154 tested positive for COVID-19, while 160 tested negative and served as a control group.
From the early days of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak, states have wrestled with the best course of action for the nation’s imperiled bars and nightclubs. Many of these businesses find their economic prospects tied to a virus that preys on their industry’s lifeblood — social gatherings in tight quarters.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine says his legal staff has told him Cincinnati cannot be exempted from the statewide alcohol curfew.
Two Central Ohio bars are among eight establishments statwide cited over the weekend for violating the state’s alcohol curfew and other COVID-19 restrictions.
The owners of a southwest Ohio bar have been cited for violating the state’s alcohol curfew over the weekend.
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