Officials have deemed C&C Coffee and Kitchen a ‘threat to public health.’ The owner claimed a constitutional right for his actions.
on Sunday. “I’m so happy so many people came out to support the Constitution and stand up for what is right.”
Attempts to reach the restaurant’s owners for comment Tuesday were not immediately successful.
The business had been warned on Friday not to open for dine-in guests, health officials said. Restaurants throughout the state are limited to take-out and delivery orders under Colorado’s “Safer at Home” policy — a more relaxed policy that went into effect on May 4. The general public is also instructed to wear a face-covering or mask when they leave their home and to connect with neighbors and loved ones virtually.
“If folks are doing a good job at social distancing, staying at home, and wearing masks or facial coverings when going out, it will show up in the data, and we will excitedly remove additional restrictions on our economy,” Polis said Monday. “If not, some communities could be forced to look at implementing additional temporary restrictions.”
C&C Coffee and Kitchen in Castle Rock, Colorado, had its license suspended indefinitely on Monday after it ignored a state health order forbidding dine-in guests.
The state’s previous and more stringent “Stay-at-Home” order issued in March had been
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