Regina pub under fire for unmasked, dancing patrons calls it an ‘isolated incident’ | CBC News
The Tap Brewhouse and Liquor Store in Regina said a video taken by a concerned patron over the weekend shows a “very isolated incident.”
In the video posted on social media Friday night, there are about a dozen young people — some of them unmasked — dancing and mingling with other tables.
“They were asked to leave, which they did in a timely manner. Unfortunately they decided to dance their way out the door,” The Tap’s management and ownership group wrote in a statement posted to its Facebook page Saturday.
The statement goes on to apologize, noting the pub has “strictly followed the guidelines implemented from day one of the pandemic.”
As a result of this incident, The Tap said it has “implemented more supervision and education” for the safety of its customers.