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On August 10, ADHS issued guidance for bars, nightclubs, and restaurants and an attestation process for businesses to reopen, depending on their circumstances. The guidance applies to Curves Cabaret, prohibits dancing and requires customers to stay seated throughout their visit except to enter or exit the club, visit the bathroom, tip the dancer in a bucket on the stage, or walk to and immediately sit down at the deated six-foot social distance table dance area.
KOLD News 13 - A Tucson club located off of Oracle and Grant just lost its liquor indefinitely, and was forced to close for violating public health requirements. According to the suspension order, department detectives observed violations of public health requirements, including violations of specific COVID requirements tied to social distancing, masking, dancing, and remaining seated. Open seating is prohibited and patrons must stay seated throughout the duration of their visit, except to visit the bathroom, and may not be standing, mingling or dancing. Dancing is temporarily prohibited and anyone with a dance floor or dance space must close that section to the public or repurpose it for seating to allow for greater social distancing.