Video shows Royal Oak bar linked to COVID-19 cases was crowded without social distancing – WDIV ClickOnDetroit

Fifth Avenue, like many other bars and dining establishments is still working to figure out how to navigate throughout these uncertain times.
At Grey Ghost Detroit, an employee checked favorable for, and on social media, the dining establishment published, “Out of an abundance of caution, we are closing for the weekend to take deep cleansing and precaution, in accordance with our playbook.”
At Imperial in Ferndale, a deep cleansing happened after a confidential telephone call Friday from somebody stating they dined at the restaurant and then evaluated favorable for the
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Video of the outdoor patio area at Fifth Avenue reveals big crowds, but social distancing was not implemented.
Its a common issue at bars across Michigan as owners try to enforce distancing measures in what are generally social environments.
The three clients who checked favorable for the visited Fifth Avenue on June 19.
Tony Yezbick, the owner, said hes dealing with expanding the outside footprint.
” We are urging all of our companies, specifically the bars, which are attracting crowds, to follow the guvs orders and take the essential steps to protect their workers and consumers,” the Oakland County executive stated in a declaration. “We have actually made great progress in managing what is an extremely contagious, and we cant backslide now.”

ROYAL OAK, Mich.– Oakland County health officials said video from inside a Royal Oak bar linked to 3 ( cases reveals there was no social distancing imposed regardless of the congested atmosphere.
The Oakland County Health Department has confirmed 3 people evaluated favorable for after visiting Fifth Avenue, a popular night spot in Royal Oak.