The Super Bowl is usually a boon to nightclubs, drawing huge numbers of patrons to not only watch the game but celebrate afterward. Just before the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs on February 7, Clark County temporarily shut down three gentlemen’s clubs for violating COVID 19 health mandates from the state.
On February 5, the county closed Minks and Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club, issuing a 36-hour emergency suspension. Both reopened on Sunday. The county also temporarily closed Spearmint Rhino on February 6 for 36 hours.
Gentlemen’s clubs can operate at 25 percent capacity during the state’s current coronavirus mandates. The state’s current mandate stays in place through February 14, when the temporary pause is set to expire.
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