Bar staff at work at Pier Club

Kevin “Catfish” Ward cleans the window sill at Island Pier Club, 1702 Ave. O in Galveston, on Thursday. With bars on the island closed to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, owners and staff at the club were at work, just giving the bar a deep-cleaning instead of serving drinks.

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