There have been a handful of restaurants in Colorado opening for dine-in services recently, before the OK has been given by the governors office. The one that made the biggest news, was Sunday morning, Castle Rock's C&C Coffee and Kitchen welcomed a huge Mother's Day crowd, with virtually nobody wearing a face mask or adhering to social-distancing guidelines.
“I expected it to be busy. I never expected this,” April Arellano told Colorado Community Media. “I’m so happy so many people came out to support the Constitution and stand up for what is right...We did more than two weeks and we were failing. We had to do something.”
The Tri-County Health Department has since suspended the restaurant's license indefinitely, and that it will likely be suspended for a minimum of 30 days.
So where do you stand on the issue?