A second underground nightclub, which is operated illegally in San Francisco, was closed on Thursday for violating the animal shelter's ordinance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
An illegal San Francisco nightclub was searched and closed on Shafter Avenue in April, and police and health officials believe the people behind this club are the same people who have operated on the 1600 block on Armstrong Avenue in recent weeks.
City guides say these night clubs endanger people
lives during the COVID-19 crisis by giving the deadly virus a perfect one
Opportunity to spread further.
"An underground nightclub that works illegally and violates health regulations," said John Cote of the San Francisco Prosecutor's Office. "It is important that it is closed as soon as possible."
On Thursday, the police confiscated four slot machines, a
Pool table, fog machine and DJ equipment.
In an ironic phrase, the authorities were partially supported because a
The security guard at a nearby COVID test site noticed a lot of activity and
gave the police a tip.