Olas Altas Businesses are implementing all preventive measures to avoid the contagion of coronavirus among clients and collaborators.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa (June 30, 2020).- Now that most of the businesses in Mazatlán have reopened to the so-called “new normal”, occupancy in Olas Altas restaurants has increased significantly.
Despite the fact that the epidemiological traffic light continues in red, in the mornings the establishments that operate at 40% of their capacity, register a large number of diners.
In the different businesses, the recommendations issued by the health secretary are implemented to avoid contagion of coronavirus among clients and collaborators.
In the case of local cafeterias, that mostly depend on breakfasts, the sales hours have changed significantly, since it is during the afternoon and the evening when diners arrive at the places that can operate only at 40% capacity.
Most of the restaurants in the area were forced to close due to the lack of customers, however, these have already started to reopen and they trust that sales will pick up once the hotels start operating on July 1.
The Mazatlan Post