Kyiv authorities update rules for catering establishments amid quarantine relaxation.

Now restaurants are allowed to seat clients indoors, subject to a number of restrictions.



Kyiv authorities have posted the new set of rules for catering establishments amid the ongoing easing of coronavirus-related quarantine.

In particular, restaurants and cafes are now allowed to seat clients indoors subject to the following rules and recommendations:

• Visitors may enter the establishment only accompanied by staff;

• People with fever or signs of SARS will not be allowed into the premises;

• All employees must wear face masks and gloves;

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• Clients must wear face masks when they enter the facility or move around the premises;

• All facilities make sanitizer, liquid soap, and paper towels available to clients and wet-clean the kitchen and summer terraces; and

• Used masks and gloves must be stored separately.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Kyiv authorities allowed resuming the work of catering facilities, swimming pools, cinemas and theaters.

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