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This week: How restaurants can respond to COVID-19 - venues implement social distancing measures - What pubs can be doing now to shore up their business - and more.
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COVID-19 (coronavirus) is ushering in unprecedented circumstances for the global hospitality industry. Right now, social distancing isn’t enforced in Australia yet, but restaurants have been ordered to close across Europe and have closed voluntarily or reduced capacity by 50% in certain USA cities such as New York. - hospitalitymagazine.com.au
With the announcement from Prime Minister Scott Morrison that all indoor gatherings of more than 100 people would be banned effective immediately, the pub sector is in uncharted waters when it comes to venue operations. - theshout.com.au
KFC restaurant operator Collins Foods (ASX: CKF) has announced in-restaurant dining areas will be closed in a bid to slow down the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19. - businessnewsaus.com.au
Cafes, bars and restaurants across Canberra are taking drastic steps to implement measures aimed at social distancing. It comes as hospitality venues in countries across Europe have been forced to shut their doors due to the COVID-19 outbreak. - canberratimes.com.au
Food delivery giants are being called on to help Australian businesses struggling with the impacts of the coronavirus by reducing the percentage of commission they take. - news.com.au
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