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Investigators with the Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division are working with our partners at the Minnesota Departments of Health and Labor and Industry to ensure restaurants and bars are following proper COVID protocol in order to stay open. Investigators observed 1,008 establishments from June 25-Sept. 10. In all, 18 warning letters were issued with no fines being assessed by AGED. To ensure businesses remain open, establishments should:
A full list of the establishments inspected can be found here.
Together we can all do our part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We all must do our part to keep businesses safe and help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Per Governor Tim Walz’s Executive Order 20-74, bar and restaurant employees must wear masks, establishment must adhere to social distancing with tables less than six feet apart and not serve to more than 50 percent capacity.To report violations by businesses: Contact local law enforcement or one of the agencies listed below, if applicable.
Video Description: Get an inside look at how the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division works with Native American tribes to ensure slot machines are paying out correctly and gaming is fair for all.