Hotels and restaurants

  • All food and drink outlets should serve takeaways only, and seated restaurants and cafe areas must be closed
  • Bar areas must be closed
  • Use signage to make clear these areas are closed
  • Minimise the number of people in kitchens and reduce interaction between kitchen workers and other workers, including during breaks
  • Space workstations two metres apart as much as possible
  • Consider cleanable panels to separate workstations in bigger kitchens
  • Minimise access to walk-in pantries, fridges and freezers
  • Minimise contact at “handover” points with other staff, including delivery drivers
  • Use a “grab and go” service or room service for hotel guests
  • Provide hand sanitiser for visitors
  • Avoid crowded reception areas – stagger check-in and check-out times or place two-metre markers on the floor
  • Carry out essential services and contractor visits at night where possible
  • Reduce the number of guests who can stay in a single room, particularly in dormitories
  • Interact with guests via phone, emails and guest apps
  • Encourage customers to order online or via phone to avoid queues
  • Serve customers in walk-in takeaways with tills two metres away from the kitchen, ideally behind a screen and separated from the kitchen by a partition or wall
  • Use contactless payments
  • Mark out two-metre distances for customers queuing
  • Enhance cleaning and providing signage on good hygiene practices
  • Limit access to premises for people waiting for takeaways. Ask customers to wait in their cars

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