Judge: San Diego County restaurants and strip joints can OPEN

They call themselves "America's Finest City".

Don't know about that, but San Diego Superior Court Judge Joel Wohlfeil ruled that two San Diego strip joints can stay open but also applied his ruling to San Diego County restaurants.

From the San Diego Union Tribune:

The judge said neither the state nor the county had provided sufficient evidence showing that restaurants and live entertainment venues operating with safety measures in place contributed to spread of the disease or the impact on hospital intensive care units, and the restrictions could not be justified.
While the injunction was good news for restaurant owners, who have been hit hard by the closures caused by the coronavirus pandemic, several contacted by The San Diego Union-Tribune on Thursday were cautious. Owners were caught by surprise by the ruling and many were still sorting out its meaning on Thursday.

San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond called in to clarify this Judge's ruling and what it could mean statewide.

In the meantime, maybe it's time to take a drive to San Diego this weekend....

Listen to Jim talk to John & Ken about this odd development.

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