City Police had to disperse a large crowd Sunday at Euphoria nightclub in the O’Donnell Heights area of Baltimore.
Residents said there were regularly lots of people at the Ponca Street business, according to Fox 45.
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Euphoria said in a statement: “We value the security of our patrons and the respect for our business. We do our due diligence in strictly enforcing all state and city guidelines in place for COVID-19. We ask that all our patrons wear masks upon entry and when not seated at their designated seating areas. They are refused entry if they do not have masks. We follow all social distancing regulations strictly inside of our facility as well as upon entry and have multiple sanitation stations throughout our outdoor restaurant venue. We also have a social distancing floor plan, that was inspected by the Baltimore City Health Department and Fire Department. When patrons leave our premises and are on public sidewalks walking to their cars, we find it difficult to enforce them to wear masks. We always have and will continue to have ample security and off duty sheriff’s department onsite, securing all surrounding premises, parking lots, crowd control, and directing traffic to keep all our patrons safe.”