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The "Villa des anges", near Béthune (Pas-de-Calais), was given a 15-day administrative closure for having repeatedly violated the health rules linked to theEPIDEMIC - The "Villa des anges", near Béthune (Pas-de-Calais), was given a 15-day administrative closure for having repeatedly broken the health rules linked to the coronavirus crisis
So say, do you come to parties anymore? In thesecoronavirus epidemic, there are activities for which the is undoubtedly more restrictive than for others. Thus, an , or libertine, of Pas-de-Calais was sanctioned for not having ensured physical distancing between customers, we learned from the prefecture.
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"Dear friends angels, I announce to you that the Villa des anges is closed for a period of 15 days by prefectural decree", displays on its website the libertine club installed in Chocques, near Béthune, in the Pas-de- Calais. For its part, the state services explain that the sanction comes "following repeated breaches of legal and regulatory requirements adopted in the context of the health crisis. "Dance and more if you like
Among other grievances against the establishment, the authorities note shortcomings in the obligation to wear a mask, in any case masks protecting against the virus. The prefecture also deplores that "customers freely indulge in dance, which is prohibited under the prefectural decree of October 2, 2020".
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The thorniest point, the authorities say, "Physical distancing is not guaranteed, including with regard to the activities specific to the establishment concerned. "We are not going to draw you a drawing to explain to you what these" activities specific to the establishment "consist of, but we can nevertheless wonder about the difficulty of maintaining them while respecting a distance of one meter.A blow from the competition?
For the club management, this is a set-up. According to her, the sanction fell after a video was broadcast on September 19 inside the club by a group of four people, one of whom was "related to one of our competitors." For its part, the prefecture retorts that the establishment had already been the subject of a formal notice at the end of August.
Regardless, the swingers club will remain closed until Monday, November 2. A blow for the management which was already promising its customers a Halloween night.
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