Calumet business to pay fine for violating health order
CALUMET, MI-- A Calumet restaurant has been cited by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for violating the November 15 public health order.
The order was established to control the spread of COVID-19 by restricting gatherings, including the gathering of patrons at food service establishments.
Café Rosetta on Fifth Street in Calumet was issued a citation by the state health department. Businesses could incur penalties of $1,000 for each violation or day it continues.
Information was received by the MDHHS from local health departments and local law enforcement regarding non-compliance with the order. Additional establishments are slated to be cited.