Confident loyal customers will be back, even though they will be screened.
Restaurant manager, Nsawi Dos Santos scans a client before entering the premises at Spilt Milk in Melville, 25 June 2020. Picture: Tracy Lee Stark
As South African restaurants today begin operations under amended alert Level 3 lockdown regulations, allowing for a sit-down service adhering to health protocols, operators welcomed the gradual phasing in of business normality during the coronavirus pandemic, but some adjustment would be required. In terms of regulatory amendments announced by Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, restaurants, fast-food outlets and coffee shops would have to keep a daily record of all employees, delivery agents and patrons, conduct screening, sanitising and the wearing of personal protective equipment. Restaurants would also be required to keep a screening questionnaire of guests, including contact details, while refusing...
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