We know that the coronavirus ruined a lot of plans this summer, and weddings that are usually held during this time of the year because of the warm and sunny weather have been among the most affected celebrations.
However, while some cancel or postpone their activities, others decide to celebrate despite suggestions and restrictions imposed by the federal and state governments, and therefore it is not surprising that there is the possibility of fines from the county.
This happened this weekend at Finca Tré in Valle de Guadalupe, where a wedding was held and the Ensenada Government was forced to take an inspection report on the site. It is not clear if they also applied any kind of fine to the organizers or guests.
According to the Ensenada City Council, Jose Angel Leon Zumaran, Head of Commerce, Alcohol and Public Entertainment of the XXIII Ensenada City Council, detailed that the establishment violated several articles of the Regulations of Social Events of the County of Ensenada.
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