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Charcoal Restaurant first ACT business fined for breaching coronavirus social-distancing laws – ABC News

Charcoal Restaurant had a 12-person limit but 20 dine-in customers were inside when police officers entered the eatery. Now it is being fined.

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A steakhouse in Civic is the first venue to be penalised for flouting the ACT’s COVID-19 distancing rules, and has received a $5,000 fine.
Key points:

  • Charcoal Restaurant faces a $5,000 fine for allowing too many diners inside
  • It is the first ACT venue to receive an infringement notice for breaching social-distancing laws
  • Last week, a man who entered Canberra from Victoria without a permit received the ACT’s first coronavirus-related fine

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