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Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. When Lynne Feldman heard the news Ontario strip clubs were closing again amid the coronavirus pandemicshe says she was devastated by the news. Feldman has worked as a bartender for 22 years. After being shut down for months in the spring and summer, the club was just starting to figure out a new way of doing business. Those who work at the club said they were doing everything they could to follow the rules, and remain open like any other bar and restaurant.
Mona, who withheld her last name, said she has been a dancer for eight years working at clubs in the Greater Toronto Area and across Canada.
She said the decision to shut down clubs in Ontario once again is an unfair attack on the industry. We are doing them to the extent that we are mandated to and we are doing our best to keep people safe. The provincial decision to shut down strip clubs on Friday was made, officials said, to help prevent the spread of COVID Mauro, who withheld his last name, is the owner of The Airport Strip Club. He said, in his opinion, the directive does not make sense.
Mauro explained he took several precautions to keep patrons and staff safe at The Airport Strip Club.
He said people are screened when they enter and a staff member takes their temperature. There are directional arrows on the floor so people enter and exit in a controlled way.
Customers are physically distanced both from each other and the dancers. Masks are mandatory and there are additional partitions to separate booths as well as new and plexiglass barriers for private dances. When The Airport Strip Club was open, the owner said only 50 people could be inside at any given time.
The breakdown included 35 customers, 10 dancers, and five staff. But several infectious disease experts said the primary issues with strip clubs, is that it can be difficult to do thorough and accurate contact tracing. While people are required to give a name at the door, some customers are not always honest about their identity.
When outbreaks happened at strip clubs in August and September, officials say it was not easy to get in touch with every person who could have been exposed to COVID But employees in the adult entertainment industry said even though that may be true, a full shut down of their establishments goes too far. Some employees suggested there are other options provincial authorities could impose that would help strengthen contact tracing requirements and keep strip clubs open.
: Ontario reports new coronavirus cases, highest daily infections ever recorded. Some doctors said, hypothetically, if those measures are in place the exposure risk at a strip club or a restaurant is not all that different. Dancers who spoke to Global News said they hope that officials can come to that realization and that their places of employment will open again soon.
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