State Police are issuing 5 warnings to corporations in Pittsburgh that fail to observe COVID-19 directions – CBS Pittsburgh
By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – State Police issued five warnings and a notice of violations after visiting businesses in the Pittsburgh area to ensure they were complying with COVID-19 restrictions.
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From Monday, March 29 through Wednesday, March 31, State Police Liquor Control Enforcement officers visited 470 licensed liquor establishments across the state and issued eight reports of violations and 18 warnings.
The unannounced compliance audits ensure that companies are tracking efforts to mitigate the coronavirus, such as: B. wearing masks, social distancing and limited occupancy.
The Pittsburgh Enforcement Office police visited 53 companies and issued five alerts and one notification of violations.
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This weekend, restaurants are allowed to open up to 75% capacity and sell alcohol without meals.
Bars and restaurants that have reported a violation are not named as they are being investigated. Each Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement office publishes details of citations later this month.
A notification of a violation is given before an administrative quote, according to the police, and is intended to inform the institutions which violations have been found. State Police say violations may come up against an administrative quote, and continued violations will jeopardize a company’s alcohol licensing.
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If you would like to complain about a licensed facility that is not in compliance with the coronavirus mandates, you can call 1-800-932-0602 or file a complaint online.