The president of the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry, Canirac, in Culiacán, Miguel Taniyama Ceballos, said that they are only allowed to work with 50 percent of diners
Culiacan, Sinaloa.- The Governor of the State, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, gave the green light for Culiacán restaurants to open their doors on June 7, the president of the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry reported. , Canirac, Culiacán, Miguel Taniyama Ceballos.
The commercial leader explained that the order given was that they will only be able to operate with 50 percent of diners and all of them must wear face masks.
“I just finished talking to the Governor, at first I didn’t know. We are ready with that and we liked the news that they are going to let us operate at 50 percent, “he said.
Taniyama Ceballos pointed out that the tables will be distributed throughout the businesses in order to respect the healthy distance and avoid contact with citizens.
“The truth is we are excited and ready with the protocols and all we have to do is welcome our diners,” he said.
The Culiacán restaurant sector is limited to the order and collection service since last April 13, the day the Dry Law was imposed.
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