In spite of a lift on the boycott of outdoor dining in Southern California by Governor Gavin Newsom, a restaurant in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Los Feliz said it is still too unsafe to even think about returning, deciding to remain shut down all things being equal.
Fred62 actually has its yard furniture accumulated inside the restaurant. The proprietors said Sunday they won’t continue outdoor dining since they don’t think it is sufficiently protected, and they need to secure clients and staff. An employee has additionally tried positive for COVID-19, the proprietors added.
A supervisor for the restaurant disclosed to Media Sunday that remaining safe is a need over cash.
“My first response was, ‘extraordinary we ought to get open so we can bring in some cash and our staff can bring in some cash,'” general manager Ian Hillian said. “Yet, we resembled ‘stand by a moment, the numbers are way more terrible now than they were the point at which we initially got secured.'”
Hillian said 40% of the staff is as yet furloughed, however with dining limit at 50%, per health guidelines, they actually would not have the option to bring numerous workers back.
Hillian said the restaurant has not made a benefit since last March, yet will continue to put health before cash until hospitalization and transmission rates in the area declined.
As one of the focal points in the country for Covid, Los Angeles County has seen almost 16,700 deaths identified with COVID-19.