From Radio Iowa – A state agency will be taking additional steps to enforce social distancing in Iowa bars and restaurants — and that includes shutting a business down for violations.
The announcement from the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division includes a warning from its director that businesses need to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 — and bars and restaurants that choose not to will face consequences. Businesses are to provide six-feet of social distancing between customers and patrons cannot roam, but must be seated to be served. A bar or restaurant that serves liquor faces a thousand dollar fine on a first offense — a business that just serves food will first get a warning. On a third offense, the state will revoke the operating license for the bar or restaurant.
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