Another Michigan Restaurant’s Liquor License Suspended For COVID Noncompliance
The Michigan Liquor Control Commission has suspended the liquor license of another Michigan restaurant for violating COVID-19 orders imposed by the state health department.
The latest liquor license suspension occurred Dec. 2 and involves a Gaylord restaurant. It allowed in-person dining without requiring face coverings for staff and patrons, and it failed to prohibit patrons from congregating, according to a press release issued through the Michigan State Police.
The state has suspended the liquor licenses of seven restaurants/bars thus far for not following state-ordered epidemic protocols.
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