Two Local Bars Among Six Cited For Violating Ohio COVID-19 Restrictions
State health officials Sunday reported 1,291 new cases of COVID-19 and two new deaths.
The state now has 168,749 cases and 4,999 deaths.
Six Ohio bars have been cited for violating state COVID-19 restrictions. The Polish Ostrich, Zingers, and The Barn in the Toledo area were cited for serving alcohol after 10 p.m. The Vivid Cocktail Lounge in Maple Heights was cited failing to enforce social distancing guidelines. Fenders in Westerville was cited for violating the alcohol curfew, and Grand Champion North Pub in Columbus was cited for violating the curfew and failing to require patrons to wear masks.