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Signed order closes all dine-in operations in Cloud County

An order closing all restaurants, bars, taverns, dining facilities, clubs (private or public membership) and cafes in Cloud County to dine-in operations effective immediately has been signed by Cloud County Health officer Dr. Dorothy Breault and Cloud County Health Department administrator Brandi Bray.
All such establishments shall be limited to curb-side pickup, carry out, drive through or delivery.
Any sheriff, deputy sheriff or law enforcement officer of the state is able to assist in the execution and enforcement of this order.
This order may be supplemented or modified as required for the effective and efficient management and control of the COVID-19 pandemic in Cloud County by further notice or direction of the Cloud County board of commissioners or Breault.
During a special meeting last Thursday, the Cloud County commission approved a resolution recommending that all public and private gatherings, both indoor and outdoor, should be limited to 10 persons or less and citizens should limit discretionary travel to support the guidelines put in place to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
The prohibition includes, but is not limited to, all gatherings at: auditoriums, theaters, museums, arenas, conference rooms, meeting halls, taverns, health and fitness centers, recreation centers and licensed pools.
A prohibited “public gathering” does not include a commercial and lawful gathering entirely indoors and within a private living space.

 

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