This morning a local biz thumbs it's unmasked nose at local officials and public health orders.
The strategy seems solid for those who don't hold "the science" in very high regard . . .
"On Saturday morning, a KSHB 41 News photographer reported a sign on the restaurant's door that said members must pay a $1 fee to enter the establishment. No masks are allowed, and visitors must sign-in upon entry. "By entering this club, you admit that you are not a member of the general public," the sign reads. "By signing your name, you record your membership and attendance. You also assume any and all risks of disease transmission." Members of Rae's Cafe are allowed to suggest items to the menu as part of the membership."
However . . .
SIGNING 'DISEASE TRANSMISSION' RELEASE PAPERS DOESN'T SOUND VERY APPETIZING FOR MOST RESTAURANTS!!!
And so the mask protocols persist in most places whilst this defiant local biz has shown a path forward for local skeptics.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Rae's Cafe, a restaurant in Blue Springs which was ordered to close down by Jackson County on Friday, closed to the public on Saturday and reopened as 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.