Approximately one year ago, the coronavirus pandemic shut down some of our favorite places to go – bars and restaurants. Frustrated and desperate, restaurateurs have been agile by innovatively reworking their business models, where possible, just to stay open. Take-out, outdoor dining and ghost kitchens have helped to keep restaurants afloat, but most state and local guidance does not allow 100% occupancy yet.
There is light at the end of the tunnel. With vaccines rolling out and community transmission rates slowly descending, many are anxiously pondering – how safe is it to go out to eat now?
What should restaurant-goers take into consideration before reserving that table?
What can restaurateurs do to make indoor dining safer?
Join SyracuseCoE for a round table discussion with three experts: a buildings expert, a restaurateur and a public health expert to bring perspective and clarity to this complex question. The conversation will highlight the factors that contribute to a safer restaurant reopening and dining out experience. Audience members will get the chance to ask the expert panel questions during the Q&A session.
This event was published on April 5, 2021.
- Health and Wellness
- Open to
- Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems (SyracuseCOE)
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