Governments around the world have issued directives which people should follow to curb the spread of the Coronavirus. These directives have led to restaurants having to change their practices. Here are some of the new practices being followed by restaurants as the hospitality industry returns to operation post-COVID-19.
This is the most common practice in public places. Customers are supposed to have a distance of about two meters between them. This should also be the case between the customers and the restaurant operators.
Coronavirus is known to easily spread in crowded places. Restaurants are trying to avoid crowding by serving takeaway meals.
Most governments have placed directives which limit the number of people that can have a meal in a restaurant at a time. Restaurants can now have a total of about fifty customers at a time, depending on the size of the premises.
Many restaurants are now offering home delivery services. You just need to place your order online and receive your meal in a few minutes. This is a great way for restaurants to reach customers who are afraid of leaving their premises due to the COVID-19 pandemic.