Lakeville Bar Opened With Large Maskless Crowd - License Suspended

My question to this whole thing is......why!?

Why open? I mean, I know businesses are getting killed, but it's like being a kid and sneaking out. You might have a night of fun, but you know there are going to be stiff consequences.

The biggest why is......why would a large group gather without masks? To me there's a difference between hating to wear a mask and thinking it's dumb & a pain in the ass, but this just seems flat out stupid, to me.

The State of Minnesota has suspended the license of two bars that opened Wednesday in defiance of the COVID-19 dine-in shutdown, while another is facing a license suspension for opening this past Friday.
Alibi Drinkery in Lakeville and Neighbors on the Rum in Princeton have been served with 60-day liquor license suspensions for "blatantly violating" Gov. Walz's executive order, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division (DPS-AGED).
Alibi in particular has sparked controversy after Star Tribune pictures emerged showing large crowds of maskless drinkers in attendance as it opened its doors Wednesday, with staff members also pictured not wearing face masks.


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