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This week: Hospitality Reopening News for Australia - What restaurants will look like when restrictions are lifted - Fighting for hospitality workers on temporary visas - and more.
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Last week the Australian government announced a 3-step plan for reopening the economy after the COVID-19 shutdown. Each state and territory has autonomy to decide how and when to implement each stage. As of mid-May, most Australian states and territories are already allowing hospitality businesses to start to reopen. - foodsafety.com.au
Hundreds of sweaty people, mostly inebriated, jostling and bumping — in some cases actually grinding — into each other in a dark, noisy, confined room were common scenes in nightclubs across Melbourne only a few months ago. - abc.net.au
The future of dining out in Australia could see salt and pepper shakers removed from tables and people being refused entry if they display symptoms of coronavirus. - 7news.com.au
Workers we've welcomed from overseas are the backbone of the industry and deserve our support, say many employees. - goodfood.com.au
A renewed focus on innovation and the strength of Australia's domestic tourism market could end up characterising the country's hotel sector during COVID-19, according to a CBRE Webinar conducted on Wednesday afternoon. - thehotelconversation.com.au
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