Colorado Restaurant Defies State Order, Draws Large Mother’s Day Crowd

Coronavirus COVID-19 Restaurant

Coronavirus COVID-19 Restaurant

The video, which was posted to Twitter and taken by a local news reporter, has racked up almost 4.3 million views in the last 24 hours.

Polis' announcement followed news that Tri-County Health Department ordered C&C to close. "It is not fair to the rest of the community and other business owners that are following Safer at Home and doing their part", the department's executive director, John M. Douglas, Jr. said in a statement.

"As the entity charged with enforcing the Governor's statewide Safer at Home Public Health Order, we will follow up with this restaurant to ensure that they, like other restaurants in the county, take appropriate steps to protect the public health, by limiting service to curbside and take-out service". They were only allowed to do take-out and delivery.

We are disappointed that [C&C] has made a decision to ignore the Governor's Safer at Home order and open up today with no attention to social distancing.

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said he would address the matter after the video went viral.

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According to reports, the restaurant's owner, April Arellano had said she would be out of business if she didn't "do something", but observers said social distancing was not being enforced and many customers were not wearing masks. "Colorado, America, we are better than that".

The owners, Jesse and April Arellano, could not be reached for comment by telephone on Monday.

Nick Puckett, a reporter's for Colorado Community Media filmed the crowd packing the cafe.

Sharing the first bit of this video, where you hear me ask "the bouncer" if it's cool to walk in. "We did our time".

For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. "We had to do something".

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