October 18, 2021

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Hosts flooded Wisconsin bars after court blocked Corona virus shutdown order

Hosts flooded Wisconsin bars after court blocked Corona virus shutdown order

Just hours after the Wisconsin Supreme Court blocked the extension of the state’s Corona virus shelter order, patrons flooded the bar to celebrate after a trade association issued a green light for businesses to “open immediately.”

In a 4-3 ruling, the court ruled that Tony Evers’ administration violated its authority when it pushed the strike to May 26 – but agreed to implement the measure until May 20 to give conservative majority lawmakers time to come. With the new Corona virus program.

The Tavern League of Wisconsin welcomed the decision of the court, a News on Facebook To its roughly 5,000 members: “We will show you a comprehensive summary of the decision, however, you can open the judgment immediately!”

The post suggested following the guidelines of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, which includes wearing staff masks and gloves and operating social distance as much as possible. According to Fox News.

But Nick Barr of Platteville He shared a photo of himself on Twitter: “45 minutes after the bars opened in Wisconsin,” shows dozens of people, none of whom wear a mask or notice social distance.

Meanwhile, customers who were not wearing masks also flocked to the Iron Hawk Saloon in downtown Port Washington, where owner Chad Art said his nine employees had not been paid for months. According to WISN.

She told Art News that her menu has improved its cleaning protocols, but understands if customers don’t want to come back right away.

“If they don’t feel it’s good to come out, they have more. But I hope they respect my feelings. I want to come out and start going back to the economy, ”he said.

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In Green Bay, more than a dozen people landed at the State Street Pub, whose owner, Thera Hansen, decided to open soon after the Restaurant League made its announcement. According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

But by Wednesday night, Brown County Health Officer Anna DeStree issued a local safe house order that changed state rules, requiring all county residents to remain at home until at least May 20, according to Fox News.