QUARANTINE ACT FOR RESTAURANTS, BARS & CLUBSMonday 23rd March 2020
Police are appealing to the owners and operators of Bars, Restaurants and Clubs in Antigua and Barbuda to comply with the Cabinet Decision, concerning the prevention of spreading the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
In accordance with a decision made by the Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda, under the Quarantine Act of 1946, no more than twenty-five (25) persons will be allowed at any restaurants, bars, clubs and other public places at any given time. The owners and operators of these establishments are therefore warned and are urged to take heed to the new guidelines as set out by the Cabinet. Failure to comply can result in having your licenses suspended or revoked.
The police will be carrying out regular visits to these business places to ensure that they are in full compliance. The full cooperation of the general public is therefore expected, in order to keep Antigua and Barbuda a safe and healthy nation. Read the article here.
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