COLUMBIA, Mo (KMIZ)
Native companies in downtown Columbia noticed smaller crowds this residence sport in comparison with the Alabama sport on Sept. 26.
Tera Eskerle, a server at Tellers, stated right this moment they have been slower than they anticipated. A server at Shot Bar additionally noticed a smaller crowd and each stated it was as a result of Mizzou sport beginning at 11 a.m.
“It was the early sport, everyone needed to tailgate at their very own homes,” Eskerle stated.
However the supervisor of Harpos, Charlie Smith, stated this sport day was barely busier than the final, with a slower begin however a big crowd within the afternoon.
This comes after bars have been getting ready for bigger out of city crowds who could be unaware of the present Boone County well being order.
In an interview on Wednesday Nic Parks, the proprietor of Silverball, was nervous this sport would trigger extra well being order violations for town.
“We anticipate to do extra day enterprise however our huge concern is that our out-of-town guests is not going to know the principles and it places us susceptible to well being order ‘violations’,” he stated.
Nevertheless Shot Bar, Tellers, and Harpos stated most clients weren’t from out of city and did effectively following the order.
“We have not had any points right this moment with folks coming in and never sporting their masks really, everyone has had one we’ve not needed to cease anyone even when they’re from out of city,” Eskerle stated.
The Boone County Well being and Human Companies Division did complience checks after the Mizzou sport.
Well being division assistant director, Scott Clardy, stated Logboat can be getting a discover of violation, which can be issued on Monday.
“They have been offering bar service and too massive of teams sitting collectively. All different locations have been okay,” he stated.
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