Bar owners and staff are defying state orders to shut down venues in a bid to control crowd numbers and prevent the spread of coronavirus. Mike DeWine told the state of Ohio Sunday that venues were to remain closed to customers drinking or dining in but could offer takeout options. However Shamrock Inn owner Ed Gallek was caught serving patrons with his doors open for more business Tuesday, St Patrick’s Day, telling reports he’s ‘trying to make a living’. Asked why he was open despite the order, Gallek is seen on video telling a Fox 8 reporter he doesn’t want to say anything. Scroll down for videos Ed Gallek was caught serving patrons with his doors open for more business Tuesday, St Patrick’s Day, and said: ’I’m concerned about trying to make a living that’s all. When they come and tell me to shut down, I will’ The Shamrock Inn owner is risking having his liquor licence revoked and it could lead to a criminal charge Above the number of confirmed infections and deaths related to coronavirus in the United States from January 21 to Wednesday Only two customers appeared to be in the Irish-themed venue but Galleck was seen leaning in… Read full this story
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