Klamath Falls restaurant fined nearly $28,000 for potentially exposing workers to COVID-19

Casey’s Restaurant publicly made the decision to remain open and allow for indoor dining despite being in an “extreme risk” county. This is its second OSHA fine.

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Casey’s Restaurant in Klamath falls has been fined for the second time since the pandemic hit Oregon.

The family-owned restaurant was fined first in December 2020 in the amount of $8,900 for allowing on-site dining despite a public health order that was made to try and curb the spread of the coronavirus. Following that citation, the Patzke family posted a video on YouTube talking about their decision to stay open and addressing the citation from

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