Posted: May 13, 2020
When Seattle area restaurants reopen, perhaps as soon as early June, customers should brace for a dining experience that will look little like what they encountered before the coronavirus pandemic, many restaurateurs warn.
Servers will likely don masks and gloves. You’ll order from a disposable paper menu while your server stands 6 feet away. If you leave your seat to use the restroom, you will be asked to put on your face covering. And in what will likely ignite the biggest controversy, restaurants will be required to record your personal data — name, number, email address and the time of your visit — and maintain those records for 30 days.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday night issued a checklist that restaurants must abide by as they inch toward a return to full capacity under the governor’s four-phase plan.
By Tan Vinh
May 12, 2020
Source and complete article: Seattletimes.com
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