Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2020-11-19 18:15:20 –
Oklahoma City (KFOR) – Oklahoma restaurants and bars face new challenges as another mission takes effect on Thursday.
“What’s that … all we have to do is prevent the government from closing us again. The best way to do that is with a new protocol that everyone feels really happy and safe. Is to put out, “Bob said. Weiss, owner of Around the Corner Restaurant in Edmond.
Starting Thursday, the restaurant must maintain a social distance of 6 feet between guests inside. If you don’t have the space to keep the distance, you can also use dividers to separate the tables.
According to Weiss, it uses partitions made of wood and plexiglass, and uses signboards to close the table as needed.
“They will notice the antibacterial wipes on the front door. Of course, hand sanitizers are everywhere,” he said.
Governor Kevin Stitt said at a press conference on Monday that the new rule is not to hurt companies, but to help delay the spread of COVID-19. He says the goal is to separate people, and it has been proven by science to prevent its spread, he says.
“I’ve been saying these for months, they work, and we need your help. From the beginning, I’m always right, based on the facts and data found in Oklahoma. We have promised Oklahoma to make a decision, “said Stitt.
Weiss says he is committed to keeping both his family and customers safe and wants the best.
“The most important thing is to make our customers feel comfortable. If they don’t feel comfortable, they won’t come in and eat,” Weiss said.
Starting Thursday, all restaurants and bars will also be forced to close at 11pm every night. The restaurant can continue to serve meals with drive-through or curbside pickups.
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