Establishments closed during Halloween weekend for breaking the Covid-19 protocols

ORANJESTAD – The Business Taskforce Covid-19 responsible for the enforcement of the Covid19 safety protocols in the commercial sector, has closed a few establishments over the Halloween weekend for failing to comply with the protocols and Ministerial Regulation.

Yen Yen Bar Restaurant located at Kamay 8 was closed for loud music, too many clients inside, and bad behavior of the DJ who was also arrested.

Well Well Restaurant located at Seroe Biento 3-A. was closed for exceeding the allowed capacity inside and agglomeration outside. The establishment was not in compliance at all with the safety protocols or items indicated in the MR.

Piccolo located at Avenida Alo Tromp 7 was closed for having clients sitting and drinking at the bar, while too many clients were sitting at tables outside. The music exceeded the permitted volume and many clients had no face-masks on. 

Gleny’s Corner located at Avenida Alo Tromp 22-A, was closed for being overcrowded, no Covid19 compliance officer at the entrance to stop clients from entering, was not in compliance with the protocols of the DVG, tables were not properly separated.

Komedo located at L.G. Smith Blvd 10 was closed for not having the right event permit.

Lets Chill Cafe located at L.G. Smith Blvd was closed for having clients at the bar drinking which is not allowed.

Yolo Cocktails & Tapas located at J.E. Irausquin Blvd 384 was closed for having music exceeding the level allowed, clients were dancing, many clients with no face masks, too many clients at the tables, and the Taskforce was hindered by the establishment’s security.

Hoya located at Havenstraat Plaza Daniel Leo was warned twice for having loud music and was instructed to turn off the music completely. They were however allowed to remain open but without music.

The DVG hopes that establishments realize that they too have the comply with the DVG’s security protocols and the articles indicated in the Ministerial Regulation to protect themselves, their clients, and the general public.

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