California: Judge rules may reopen San Diego County restaurants, the strip club ruling also protects the eateries

California: Judge rules may reopen San Diego County restaurants, the strip club ruling also protects the eateries

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A California judge ruled that all San Diego County restaurants could reopen for on-site dining, consistent with an earlier rule that strip clubs could remain open despite Gov. News’ novel coronovirus-related health order that It calls for the closure of such establishments. shop.

Thursday’s San Diego County ruling was a setback to Newsom’s order to stay home, which officials said was released in an effort to slow the spread of coronovirus before running out of beds of the state’s intensive care units.

The Democratic Governor’s Office immediately appealed, saying the restaurant’s owners were uncertain of a week before Christmas to buy food and schedule employees amid the possibility that their victory might be overturned soon.

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In this December 10, 2020, file photo, a man walks past the Paceurs Shorges International in San Diego. (AP Photo / Elliot Spaghett, File)

In this December 10, 2020, file photo, a man walks past the Paceurs Shorges International in San Diego. (AP Photo / Elliot Spaghett, File)

The case was initially brought to court by two San Diego strip clubs and resulted in major victories for California businesses that are fighting public health orders that say they have hurt them financially.

Announcing his decision in favor of the businesses, San Diego Superior Court Judge Joel Wohlfiel said his decision Wednesday was “straightforward” in going beyond the strip clubs that sued the county and state, the Cheetaz Gentleman’s Club and Paceurs Schorbers International.

County officials requested the next day’s hearing to clarify how far the ruling extended.

“It is intended to include all restaurants within the county of San Diego,” Wohlfeil said at Thursday’s brief hearing that all lasted eight minutes.

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San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria tweeted in response to the decision, writing that the city is working with county and state officials to determine the next steps.

“No one wants our small businesses to close, but science and data are showing a serious trend in hospitals and deaths,” he wrote. “More than 1,200 people have died in San Diego County and the capacity of the ICU in Southern California has been reduced to zero. We have a collective obligation to accept the individual responsibility to keep each other safe.”

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Hours after the injunction was issued on Wednesday, San Diego County had enforced its restrictions for indoor and outdoor food and live entertainment in the state’s second-most populous 3 million counties.

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