Strip club “Welcome to The Den” in US has re-opened in style with a “masks on, clothes off” party.
But because Wyoming has had few coronavirus cases, it was allowed to re-open last week along with other businesses.
One dancer, Doris Craig, told USA Today: “I’m super-excited. I’m a little nervous because the virus is still out there, but I’m glad to be able to go to work, because a lot of people can’t yet.
“The stimulus money was nice, but that’s going to run out, and I don’t like to feel like I’m dependent on the government.”
Another said: “I feel like my makeup is sweating off under this thing.”
Images of the launch show dancers strutting on the stage wearing masks and bandannas.
It is believed Wyoming has had few cases because of its large size and small population.
According to officials, there have been 541 cases and seven deaths.
In the whole of the US, there have been more than 90,000 deaths and more than 1.5million infections.
The joint’s owner, Kim Chavez, said: “We knew that once our doors closed, we were screwed until we could reopen.
“If I’d gotten the PPP I might not have opened today. This is a risk we’re taking.”
The coronavirus first emerged in Wuhan, China, at the end of last year and has wreaked havoc around the world.
There have been more than 300,000 deaths and over 4million infections.