California strip clubs
Two San Diego strip clubs can remain open and make their own determinations about providing a safe environment for dancers and patrons during the pandemica judge ruled Wednesday. The decision dealt a setback to Gov.
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A California judge has extended an order exempting San Diego strip clubs from state pandemic-related restrictions, a setback for Gov. Gavin Newsom in his efforts to make his orders stick.
Both establishments were able to remain open for one month before being issued cease and desist letters. They then proposed reopening indoors with one performer on stage wearing a mask with rigorous sanitation practices — though they reportedly never heard back from the state on this suggestion.
The ruling finished by reviewing the high risk nature of the coronavirus which is most aggressively transmitted through air particles and human to human contact. The Pacers submitted a ruling to the County and the City of San Diego, requesting that they be allowed to operate their entrainment business outdoors, though this was shot down by the San Diego Police Department, which is responsible for adult entertainment s. Gavin Newsom.