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Three wedding venues shut down after 150 guests attend in breach of Covid-19 rules

Three Yorkshire wedding venues were shut down after breaching Covid-19 regulations by allowing 150 guests to attend.

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Three Yorkshire wedding venues were shut down after breaching Covid-19 regulations by allowing 150 guests to attend. (Photo: Shutterstock).
Three Yorkshire wedding venues were shut down after breaching Covid-19 regulations by allowing 150 guests to attend. (Photo: Shutterstock).

Kirklees Council ordered two banqueting halls in Dewsbury and a hotel in the Liversedge and Gomersal area to close after the breach was reported by members of the public.

Weddings are allowed to go ahead but the maximum number of people allowed to attend is 15.

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The three venues were found to be holding wedding receptions for 50 to 150 people.

Safety measures were also not being followed at each venue and officials found a lack of social distancing, especially at arrival and departure.

Councillor Rob Walker, Cabinet Member for Environment, said: “Our work

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CNY wedding linked to coronavirus cases, deaths; venue’s license suspended

A wedding in Central New York has been linked to a cluster of coronavirus cases and three deaths.

The Rome Sentinel reports more than 100 people attended a wedding reception at the Twin Ponds Golf and Country Club in New York Mills on Aug. 29. A number of those people also attended the wedding ceremony held at the Lighthouse Baptist Church in Horseheads, in Chemung County, before gathering at the Mohawk Valley golf course, according to WIBX.

The crowd at the reception was twice the amount allowed by the state, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office. Guests were not required to wear face masks, no hand sanitizer was made available, and chairs were spaced just two feet apart, not allowing for social distancing.

“Most worryingly, the licensee reportedly failed to close off, clean and disinfect areas that had been inhabited by a person later confirmed to test positive for

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Wedding Venue Ad Experts bridging the gap between wedding venues and bridal couples

Wedding Venue Ad Experts is offering a proven marketing system that will help wedding venues to generate 20+ new customers per month.

Fortson, GA – September 30, 2020 – Wedding venues in search of a reliable digital marketing partner need not search further. Wedding Venue Ad Experts has come up as the go-to digital marketing partner with its proven marketing system especially for wedding halls. The company has assured to help wedding venues garner minimum 20+ new clients every month with its time-tested strategies. Wedding Venue Ad Experts has already helped a number of wedding venues promote their brand.

Per the statements of the agency keyperson Ray Davis, Wedding Venue Ad Experts extends an all-inclusive digital marketing system comprising a series of done-for-you marketing campaigns.

“We are here to bridge the gap between wedding venues and couples soon to tie the knot. At Wedding Venue Ad Experts, you will have

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Wedding venues seeing business bounce back after impacts of COVID-19

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – Many businesses are trying to bounce back from the impacts of COVID-19.



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Many businesses are trying to bounce back from the impacts of COVID-19.

Wedding venues took a hit in the spring and summer. Couples canceled their weddings or postponed them to avoid large gatherings. But now, Red Gate Farms says they’re making a comeback.

“We have had to reschedule about 40 weddings from spring,” said Melanie Marchand with Red Gate Farms.

It’s been nearly four months since Red Gate Farms started to feel the impacts of COVID-19, especially during the middle of wedding season at the time, but now they say they’re bouncing back stronger than ever.

Wedding venues seeing business bounce back after impacts of COVID-19

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“It seems like we’re seeing an early pickup on weddings for Fall. So normally engagement season is starting

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LI Wedding Venue’s Liquor License Suspended After Reception

BAITING HOLLOW, NY — Giorgio’s Baiting Hollow, a popular Long Island wedding venue, was one of 16 more bars and restaurants statewide that had their liquor licenses suspended for “egregious” violations of coronavirus regulations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday.

Giorgio’s license was suspended Saturday. On Friday, investigators with the state’s task force reported seeing 95 people at a wedding reception — nearly twice the legal limit.

Half of the guests were seen “standing and mingling inside the premises, while the other half were outside on a deck, standing, socializing, and drinking — most without facial coverings,” according to a news release from Cuomo.

Giorgio’s did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

So far, 217 businesses have had their liquor licenses suspended statewide for breaking coronavirus rules and 1,161 charges have been filed and processed, Cuomo said.

Over the past week, the state’s task force, led by New York

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Wedding Venue’s Liquor License Suspended After Reception: Cuomo

BAITING HOLLOW, NY — Giorgio’s Baiting Hollow, a popular Long Island wedding venue, was one of 16 additional bars and restaurants that had their liquor licenses suspended statewide for “egregious” violations of coronavirus-related regulations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.

Giorgio’s Catering, located at 100 Fox Hill Drive, had its license suspended on Saturday, a release from Cuomo said. On Friday, investigators with the state’s task force reported seeing 95 people at a wedding reception on the premises — nearly twice the legal limit, Cuomo said.

Half of the guests, the release said, were seen “standing and mingling inside the premises, while the other half were outside on a deck, standing, socializing, and drinking — most without facial coverings.”

Giorgio’s did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

So far, 217 businesses have had their liquor licenses suspended statewide; 1,161 charges have been filed and processed, Cuomo said.

Over the past

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Wedding Professionals Say Some Venues Are Not Following COVID-19 Rules : NPR

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Earlier this year, Curious City answered a question about where new COVID-19 cases were coming from in the Chicago area. At the time the answer was long-term care facilities, essential workers and possibly asymptomatic kids.

But this summer that equation has changed. Chicago and national health authorities have seen a sharp rise in COVID cases among younger people — and many of those cases have stemmed from social events, including weddings.

Chicago Health Commissioner Alison Arwady said “celebratory gatherings … have been the source of significant spread” in the city this summer. And she thinks part of it has to do with a false sense of security people can feel at events full of friends and family.

“It’s quite natural for people to feel that somehow because I love these people or know these people well that

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