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The Sydney West Side Club was fined $10,000 for throwing a party despite the restraining orde

2019-nCoV Special
Source: xkb.com.au
[社会新闻]     13 Sep 2020
Sydney's West Side club faces the risk of being shut down by the New State Liquor and gambling game Authority (Liquor&Gaming NSW) for holding two 75-person parties in flagrant violation of the new coronet order.
The Sydney West Side Club was fined ,000 for throwing a party despite the restraining orde

A club in Poincher was fined $10,000 for violating the restraining orde

Sydney's West Side club faces the risk of being shut down by the New State Liquor and gambling game Authority (Liquor&Gaming NSW) for holding two 75-person parties in flagrant violation of the new coronet order.

The Croatian Club in Pontcherboro (PunchBowl) was fined A $10,000 after receiving warnings from the New State Alcohol and gambling game Authority last week to hold the party.

When the inspectors visited the club on Saturday (September 5), they found that about 50 guests were attending an 18th birthday party. A number of guests in the club stand together to talk and drink, and these acts are prohibited under the new state's restrictions on Coronavirus.

The club's records show that the party has 75 guests booked.

When inspectors visited the club again on 8 September, they found that, despite being told the previous day that large-scale reservations were not allowed, the club had held a baptism on 6 September and received 75 guests.

The duty manager told the inspectors that the time they received the warning was too close to the time when the activity began, and it was very difficult to cancel the activity. Dimitri Aggers (Dimitri Argeres), director of compliance at the New State Liquor and gambling game Administration, said the club would be closed if violations were found again.

According to the new state's current restriction order, the reception place is not allowed to accept more than 10 people except wedding 、 funeral, wake, memorial service and business activities.

"Only these activities are not restricted by 10 people ," says Arges. Big events and large group reservations make people close contact, easy to spread virus, directly affect your closest people, and make happy occasions tragic. "

At present, Xinzhou has issued 122 tickets to the hotel industry, a total fine of A $552000.

These include another double penalty this week for Len Waters Estate Whiskey Tango bar.

When the inspectors visited the site on 5 September, they found some serious violations, including the lack of access conditions, the lack of updated security plans, the overcrowding of the premises and the fact that customers stood together while drinking.

"All of these problems can easily lead to the spread of virus ," says Arges. "

 

A vast majority of the infections in the new state come from reception sites, and new coronal virus are easily transmitted in these closed indoor areas for people to eat and drink.

Other fines imposed this week include:

  • Bar Cleveland – Redfern
  • Bella Blue Café – Lindfield
  • Brookvale Chinese Restaurant – Brookvale
  • Castlereagh Club – Sydney
  • Delizie Di Casa – Redfern
  • Ermington Hotel – Ermington
  • Harbour View Hotel – Dawes Point 
  • La Grillade – Redfern 
  • Lavender's Riverside Cafe - Maitland
  • Lord Wolseley Hotel - Ultimo
  • Mr B's – Sydney
  • Ningaloo Café Bar – Redfern 
  • Three Williams  - Redfern
  • Timbah – Glebe

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