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The Pony on Winchester Road opened Tuesday night. First it was restaurants, then haunted houses, now The health department says that stuff is not supposed to happen. An employee who did not want to talk on camera told me there are many guidelines and employees are being trained on what is allowed and what is not.
The health department also toured the clubs being allowed to reopen to make sure protocols are in place and to advise the clubs. An employee here at the Pony told WMC customers have to stay 18 feet away from dancers. Employees and customers have to wear masks and have their temperature taken and in.
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While reopening to the public will put those employees back to work, the move is raising eyebrows among those trying to stop the spread of COVID The Shelby County Health Department is allowing strip clubs to reopen after being closed for eight months. Three Shelby County strip clubs will be allowed to reopen just like restaurants and bars under strict guidelines including in-person checks by the health department.
Shelby County Health Officer Dr. That includes a lot of precautions and restrictions similar to restrictions for restaurants and bars. And you can see some of the precautions like 6 feet markings before entering. No private rooms either.
Among them, three adult entertainment establishments. And that includes no standing or gathering at the stage and the clubs have to close at midnight. A spokesperson for the health department told WMC if a club does not follow the guidelines it will be shut down.