SAN DIEGO, Calif. (KRON) – San Diego will pause enforcing COVID-19 restrictions against restaurants, according to the county.
The decision comes after a judge ruled that the county cannot enforce a regional stay-at-home order against two strip clubs.
In his ruling, the judge said the state and county have not provided evidence tying the spread of COVID-19 to live adult entertainment or businesses with restaurant service.
In response the county released the following statement:
Check back for more details as this is developing.
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