Cafe Told to Close Reopens as 'Private Club' in Defiance of Coronavirus Orders

Cafe Told to Close Reopens as 'Private Club' in Defiance of Coronavirus Orders


Rae’s Cafe, an eatery in Blue Springs, Missouri, that was ordered to close by Jackson County on Friday, closed to the public Saturday but apparently reopened, declaring itself a “private club.”

“Jackson County ordered the owner of the cafe to close because it received repeated violations of the county’s COVID-19 order,” KSHB reported Saturday.

According to the outlet, one of its photographers found a sign on the establishment’s door saying members had to pay a $1 fee to enter.

A Twitter user shared a picture of the sign that read, “Welcome to Rae’s Private Club,” and said masks were not allowed.

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“By entering this club you admit that you are not a member of the general public. By signing your name, you record your membership and attendance. You also assume any and all risks of disease transmission,” it continued:

@jeffreyatucker Here’s how one small business (Rae’s cafe

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