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Restaurants are allowed to offer only takeout food, with no indoor or outdoor dining allowed. The judge said there was no compelling evidence that allowing restaurants to operate, with health and safety restrictions, adds to the risk of spreading COVID While he said he was empathetic to county leaders put in position to enforce state health orders or risk losing government funding, he also said the businesses were vital.
The ruling constitutes a sharp rebuke to the sweeping stay-at-home orders that limit or shut down businesses and entire sectors of the economy. Gavin Newsom and local leaders have said those restrictions were necessary as a surge in COVID infections and hospitalizations is swamping the state, straining healthcare systems.
It came on a day when San Diego County reported 2, new cases of infection and an additional 23 deaths, with patients in intensive care beds. Hospitals are starting to curtail procedures such as organ transplants and cancer surgeries because of the strain on the system, county officials said Wednesday. Restaurant staffers reacted with cautious optimism to a ruling they think may give them the green light to reopen for indoor and outdoor dining.
Cowboy Star was one of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit, filed last month on behalf of San Diego County restaurants and gyms seeking a temporary order that would have immediately let them return to indoor operations. Superior Court Judge Kenneth J. Medel, however, turned down their request, siding with county and state officials, who were the defendants in the case. For the two strip clubs, the ruling was a ificant win.
On Nov. His latest ruling extended that while the suit brought by the clubs against the orders continues. Jason Saccuzzo, the lawyer for Pacers, said he was happy with the ruling, adding that if it applied to other businesses that was fine.
Greg Moran is a reporter covering criminal justice and legal affairs issues on the Public Safety team. He has worked for the Union-Tribune since He covered state, federal and appellate courts for 17 years. He has also been an investigative reporter on The Watchdog team and a reporter on the enterprise reporting team. Lori Weisberg covers the tourism and hospitality industry, writing extensively about San Diego County hotels; restaurants; cruise ships; visitor attractions; air travel; and the convention center. A Southern California native and graduate of UCLA, she ed The San Diego Union-Tribune in and over the years has been awarded a of fellowships in specialty reporting, multimedia and social media.
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