Businesses that hold a state liquor license will be required to complete a COVID-19 compliance checklist that officials say will help assist them should the state Alcoholic Beverages Division receive a complaint about an establishment. According to a news release, the checklist will help the ABD assist in the implementation of requirements contained in proclamations issued by the governor’s office. The purpose of the checklist is for license holders to certify that they’ve read and understand the requirements in a proclamation. The answers to the questions will show whether the businesses have taken or will be taking measures to comply with the terms of the proclamation. If a license holder does not complete the checklist, a ABD investigator will visit the business to verify compliance and determine a course of action that will be taken if the business is not complying with the proclamation, the release states.