Restaurants, bars resumes dine-in services in Kerala

As per the order, restaurants and bars will be allowed to run at 50 per cent of their capacity, without air conditioners.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
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Restaurants and bars in Kerala are all set to open their doors for customers as the state government has allowed them to re-consider dine-in since 26th September.

As per the order, restaurants and bars will be allowed to run at 50 per cent of their capacity, without air conditioners.

Also, there will be entry for only fully vaccinated persons, while staff at the establishments will be permitted to work only if they have taken two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine.

“The government's decision to allow bars to function is good as we have been suffering from the closure of the bars. While the government had allowed sale of liquor as parcel from the bar counters, allowing to sit and drink will help the sale of food and other items,” said Sunil Kumar, President, Kerala Bar Owners Association to IANS.

The restaurant owners are also happy at the decision of the government to allow dine-in services.

“Since morning, people have come in large numbers to our hotel to savior our delicacies which are primarily non-vegetarian,” added Sulaiman Haji, Owner, Paris restaurant in Thalassery, Kannur.

 

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