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 Posted: Fri Mar 20th, 2020 04:13 pm
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https://opinionsonora.com/2020/03/19/no-cerraran-restaurantes-en-san-carlos-por-coronavirus/ 

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 Posted: Sat Mar 21st, 2020 09:06 pm
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Almost no one in the restaurants I've seen along the Blvd.

The outside area of Hair of the Dog was jumping a couple of days ago.

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I hgot a different impression at 230 when I went by too. 
The parking on the ocean and Arbolitos and Charley was full to a car. mostley Sonoran plates. And all the ocean side tables in Arbolitos were full too at 330 coming home.
Hair was very busy with NOB clients yesterday afternoon too.

I feel that if I am in my car alone, that it counts as isolation, right?

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 Posted: Sun Mar 22nd, 2020 12:28 am
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Yeah, I must admit, since they put in the new speed bumps, I almost never go past Los Arbolitos and Charleys Rock. My route home and to town takes me along the Jimena bypass.

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6 pm update.
Things have changed. All the bars and resturants that are open only have 1-3 people in them with the exception of Hair ofthe dog which is full to the gills with white grandpas.

Really looks like the Mexicans have gotten the message. Iguanas - completly closed, Jax 2 car, Captians 2 cars, Arbolitos 4 people in 3 tables, Hammerheads- just 2waitresses no guests.

Ley supermarket full.

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La Palapa is temporarily closed, all tables stacked, no people on the beach not even the dog walkers.

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