Documented Cases of Restaurant Transmission of Coronavirus Could Further Delay Indoor Dining
Data is beginning to emerge from contact tracing in states where indoor dining and drinking has resumed that proves that restaurants and bars can become vectors for spreading COVID-19, spelling bad news for the hospitality industry as a whole.
Dining inside a restaurant — at a table, with a server, a bottle of wine, and leisurely after-dinner drinks — isn’t something that anyone in San Francisco has done since early March. And even in the first two weeks of March, it was something many of us did skittishly and with a considerable amount of anxiety, as the pandemic threat loomed just beyond the city limits.
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