Un country club di Long Island è stato multato $  17,000 per ospitare un matrimonio dove 30 gli ospiti hanno contratto il Covid-19

I funzionari di una contea di New York hanno multato un country club di Long Island $ 17,000 for hosting a wedding in which a third of guests later tested positive for Covid-19.

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced the county would fine North Fork Country Club violating Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s ordine esecutivo that limits nonessential gatherings to 50 attendees.
Almeno 90 people attended the October 17 nozze, Bellone said Wednesday in a news conference. Thirty of those guests have since tested positive for coronavirus, e 159 of those guestsclose contacts have been told to quarantine.
The country club was fined an additional $ 2,000 for violating the county’s sanitary code, Bellone said, though he didn’t specify which aspect of the code the country club defied.
    North Fork Country Club did not return CNN’s requests for comment.
    The country also fined a resident $ 2,500 for hosting a large house party attended by 200 per 300 persone, mostly minors, Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart said. The unnamed resident was charged with criminal nuisance in the second degree for hosting the party and given an appearance ticket for allowing minors to consume alcohol on the property.
    L'evento, which occurred last week, hasn’t been connected to any Covid-19 cases, but Bellone said the health department will begin a contact tracing investigation if positive cases do turn up.
    This type of blatant disregard for the wellbeing of others is not only extremely disappointingit will not be tolerated,” the country executive said. “We have literally come too far here.

    Another party saw 26 new Covid-19 cases

    Bellone urged Suffolk County residents, un few days ahead of Halloween, to be mindful of attending events, even ones that don’t technically violate Cuomo’s executive order.
    Another party hosted in the county on the same day as the wedding didn’t violate Cuomo’s executive order limiting event attendance, ma 26 del 50 people who attended have since tested positive for Covid-19, Bellone said. One hundred and thirty-two of the guestscontacts have been told to quarantine.
    Between the two events, 56 people tested positive for Covid-19 and over 300 people have been told to quarantine as a result, Egli ha detto.

    Suffolk County was hard hit by coronavirus in spring and summer

    Quasi 50,000 people in Suffolk County have tested positive for Covid-19 since March, secondo il county’s coronavirus case dashboard. Al di sopra di 2,000 people have died in the county, and at one point in the spring, the county’s morgue and overflow morgues, nearing capacity, relied on refrigerated buildings to house bodies.
    In Aprile, the county recorded over 1,000 new cases every day for several days, though eventually new cases dwindled to under 100 every day for most of the summer, county health data shows. To combat the surge, New York strictly limited businesses, schools and public activities for most of the summer and gradually began reopening due to a significant downturn in new cases.
    Ma ora, with the surge in potential superspreader events like the wedding, birthday party and house party, Suffolk County officials fear that the area could again see a surge in cases.
      While I understand people’s frustration with the situation that we are all in, we have come this far because we’ve worked together,” Bellone said at the conference Wednesday. “And these types of events can undermine and undo all that good work.
      All'inizio di questo mese, the county fined a Long Island inn for hosting a Sweet 16 festa di compleanno con 81 ospiti, 29 of whom tested positive for Covid-19. Un totale di 270 people connected to the event were told to quarantine, the Suffolk County Health Department reported.

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