FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) – On Monday night bars and restaurant owners say they were happy to allow customers back for indoor dining. But the new health restrictions from the state could impact their business.
Rodney Ott, the owner of The Loft in downtown Flint, said even though the new restrictions changes the way he runs his nightclub, he will do whatever it takes in order to bring back some sort of normalcy to the Flint community.
“It’s just time to open back you know, with restrictions and also you just have to be like COVID conscious you know what I mean? We use hand sanitizer at the door, we’re wiping down the tables, we have a sign in check-in list and it’s just, I mean, time to reopen. It’s just time to reopen with caution,” said Ott.