by Damjan Tutarkov
San Diego County officials said Wednesday they have temporarily “suspended enforcement” of coronavirus restrictions on restaurants and live entertainment businesses following a judge’s extension of his order Wednesday allowing two strip clubs to reopen.
San Diego Superior Court Judge Joel R. Wohlfeil said the ruling applied to restaurants as well, but county officials said in a statement said they’ve requested more “clarity” from the court on the order.
“Until we have clarity, we have suspended enforcement activities against restaurants and live entertainment establishments,” San Diego County spokesman Michael Workman told ABC 10.
Still, officials warned officials to avoid gatherings, wear masks, and socially distance, citing “record number of new infections, deaths, and ICUs at capacity.”