SAN ANTONIO MARINE MUSEUM SHUTDOWN San San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO MARINE MUSEUM SHUTDOWN
San Antonio marine museum was close down on weekday by the Leon valley police department for disobeying an ordinance because of the coronavirus pandemic, which is the pulmonary disorder.
The marine museum allowed customers within the structure, which is a breaching of the public declaration of emergency. The marine museum is allowed to have the staff to care for the fish and different animals, however not people. Police Chief said,
some businesses having problems due to disaster ordinance in Leon valley.
The local police have warned aquarium officials many times. First warning was issued on Saturday.
A few hours later, a second warning was issued and regarding fifteen individuals had to be off from the building.
Next time, we’re pulling certificate of possession and chaining the most doors. But the door of workers won’t be closed, so they can feed the animals. The police chief said.
But the aquarium’s website on weekday shows that it is open, and they have enough sanitizer and soap for customers who would visit the aquarium.
Punishment for violating the ordinance include a fine between $200 and $450 for the primary violation, $550-$1050 for a second violation, and therefore the third violation ends up in the loss of certificate of possession and the business close up till the emergency declaration ends.