Covid-19 Industry Guidance for Dine-In Restaurants
The California Department of Public Health and CAL OSHA present the Covid 19 Industry Guidance for Dine-In Restaurants as of May 12th, 2020.
27 counties are in negotiation to adopt the new protocols, but not San Mateo County, yet.
Key prevention practices include:
- physical distancing to the maximum extent possible,
- use of face coverings by employees (where respiratory protection is not required) and customers/clients,
- frequent handwashing and regular cleaning and disinfection,
- training employees on these and other elements of the COVID-19 prevention plan.
In addition, it will be critical to have in place appropriate processes to identify new cases of illness in workplaces and, when they are identified, to intervene quickly and work with public health authorities to halt the spread of the virus.guidance-dine-in-restaurants
COVID-19 Planning: 90 Ways to Survive the Next 90 Days for Bars and Restaurants
~ Timely article with exhaustive links from Nightclub & Bar Show’s Bar & Restaurant
During this incredibly uncertain time, we at the Nightclub & Bar Show and Bar & Restaurant are looking to provide owners and operators of bars and restaurants across the U.S. with as many resources as possible.
There are 16 million hospitality workers facing the greatest challenge of their lifetimes. The situation is changing daily—hourly at times—and people are worried about employment, rent, bills, food, water, their families and friends, and the future.
Please see our running list of ideas for surviving the next 90 days. We’ll update this list as appropriate and when new information becomes available. Email us with information and suggestions you’d like to share or with questions you need answers for.