The regional stay at home order banning public gatherings to avoid spread of COVID-19 which forbade restaurants from indoor or outdoor service (other than take-out or drive-thru service) did not unconstitutionally restrict the First Amendment-protected right of restaurants to present live nude adult entertainment since the health measure was applied to all restaurants regardless of whether they engaged in adult entertainment.  And, once that stay at home measure is lifted, the state’s blueprint for a safer economy will apply.  Since it, too, is not aimed at expression, its incidental restrictions on expressive conduct pass First Amendment scrutiny because they promote the state’s important governmental interest in protecting the public from COVID-19.