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US News Coronavirus in Marseille: to reopen restaurants, they are trying an experiment

22:05  09 february  2021
22:05  09 february  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

Coronavirus in Marseille: Marine firefighters observe an explosion in the presence of the

 Coronavirus in Marseille: Marine firefighters observe an explosion in the presence of the virus The trace of Covid-19 detected in Marseille wastewater has tripled in one week © Christophe Simon / AFP Sailors- firefighters note the trace of Covid-19 EPIDEMIC - The trace of Covid-19 detected in the wastewater of Marseille has tripled in one week The figures are enough to give you a cold sweat.

Restaurants in Europe are following suit. One restaurant in France is even trying to attract diners with lampshade-like plastic coverings, which are also a novelty in themselves. Mathieu Manzoni, the director of the Parisian restaurant , H.A.N.D., told the Associated Press that the shields offered a “pretty Entrepreneurs had been experimenting with service industry robots long before the coronavirus hit. But now there’s new hype around these prototypes as ways to decrease human-to-human contact that could spread the virus. The downside, however, is the same as before: the potential loss of jobs, even

Pubs have reopened inside, but there are still Covid rules for customers to follow. What's happening in Northern Ireland? Indoor hospitality is set to reopen on Monday 24 May. Pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants will have to follow rules including: Customers must be seated, with a maximum of six people from two households - or any number from one household - at each table (children aged 12 and under are not counted).

Marseille restaurateurs and lawyers, followed by politicians and a close friend of Didier Raoult, want to reopen 15 establishments to see if they turn into a cluster of Covid-19

Dans un restaurant à Marseille © Daniel Cole / AP / SIPA In a restaurant in Marseille EPIDEMIA - Marseille restaurateurs and lawyers, followed by politicians and a friend of Didier Raoult, want to reopen 15 establishments to see if they turn into a cluster of Covid- 19

After the project of an concert test at the Dôme, Marseille sees the emergence of a new initiative to scientifically demonstrate the existence - or not - of cluster . This time it concerns restaurants and was launched by the "Collective of the Future", named after a bar on the rue d´Endoume whose owner was recently arrested following a savage reopening. "My colleague Me Pierre Bruno, penalist, lifted the custody", then tells Me Fabien Dupielet, who took part in the round table organized after that with about thirty Marseille restaurateurs and Professor Eric Chabrière, close collaborator of Didier Raoult at the IHU Méditerranée Infection.

Coronavirus in Marseille: Five people arrested in two illegally open bars

 Coronavirus in Marseille: Five people arrested in two illegally open bars The police officers arrested around fifty people after spotting two illegally open bars in Marseille © Daniel Cole / AP / SIPA A bar in Marseille EPIDEMIA - Police officers arrested around fifty people after spotting two bars illegally open in Marseille No less than forty-six people were fined during the night from Saturday to Sunday at Marseille . The police had spotted two bars which were open illegally, specifies the prefecture of police of Bouches-du-Rhône in a tweet published this Sunday.

Restaurants in India, however, seem skeptical about a swift reopening . Perhaps this is why F&B establishments are leaning towards QSR systems and other unique measures such as DIY meal kits to keep their business afloat. But if Indian restaurants and other F&B businesses want to open sooner than later, here are some of the expected changes they would need to make Dry: Allow the surface to dry before the next use. Employees should also be disinfecting their hands any time they are in contact with customers or other employees before returning to food prep. Cover all your bases.

Restaurant analysts and operators have been quoting an estimate that 75 percent of the independent restaurants that have been closed to protect Americans from the coronavirus won’t make it. The National Restaurant Association estimated this week that the entire industry would lose 5 billion in the coming “Even if you’ re home alone you can do something,” Still, the realization is sinking in that many restaurants will be able to survive only so long on takeout. Gift cards help, but many customers buy them knowing they are likely microloans, with no guarantee that the restaurant will be around long.

The idea is to obtain authorization from the prefecture to open 15 restaurants and to see if, with the application of a strict sanitary protocol being drafted, they are places of contamination. The services of the IHU but also the battalion of Marins-Pompiers de Marseille, for surface samples, would be part of the experiment in the spirit of the collective.

"Each time, we are shown a study carried out in the United States last spring in a fast food restaurant, when there were neither barrier gestures nor physical distancing, denounces Me Fabien Dupielet. Science must come back in the game. If this experiment shows, as we think, that a restaurant where strict guidelines are followed is not a cluster, we can find a way out for both restaurateurs and for the government. "

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And they are experimenting with different testing methods that might yield faster results and be easier to administer, such as using saliva instead of nasal swabs. Like small island nations with discrete populations, many universities are using methods that cities, states and nations often cannot. Dr. Raskar said colleges and universities were far ahead of local and state governments in adopting or experimenting with exposure-notification technology and other advanced tactics to fight the coronavirus . “All of them are trying different innovations, different ideas, home-brew solutions,” he

It then opened bars and restaurants in the summer, and allowed foreign tourists to visit as part of an effort to boost the ailing economy. Schools reopened and universities began teaching classes in person in early autumn. But since August the number of reported cases has accelerated quickly. But suddenly it feels like we are back where we began. Just as in March, we are warned of a virus that has become rampant and can only be stopped with drastic action. Just as in March, we ' re told the health system risks being swamped. People will accept the curfew. What choice do they have?

Politicians get involved

As is often the case in Marseille with the coronavirus, politics quickly took hold of the subject. Martine Vassal, LR president of the department, publicly supported this approach "which brings hope for all restaurateurs who are suffering today, and beyond for all businesses hit by the effects of the health crisis. ". On Monday evening, at the city council, the socialist mayor Benoît Payan was questioned by the opposition on "this initiative launched by Martine Vassal".

"My natural tendency is to imagine that we do not transmit the virus to each other on the terrace more than in the metro in the morning," he said, not without having previously denounced a scent of political recovery . "You first have to look at what type of protocol and if everyone follows (the state, the ARS, the restaurateurs, Ed.), It is obvious that we will do the tests. “In fact, only the husband can decide to mobilize the battalion of marine firefighters on this action. And to conclude: "I would be happy if we proved, from Marseille, that the terraces are not more dangerous compared to the Covid. "

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Cinemas, museums and galleries will be able to reopen in England from 4 July, Boris Johnson is expected to announce on Tuesday as he outlines a further easing of coronavirus restrictions. As part of the government's recovery plan, some arts and entertainment venues are also likely to be able to open their doors from 4 July but only if they follow guidance to ensure they are "Covid secure". They will be expected to minimise face-to-face contact by requiring customers to pre-book tickets, to stand in spaced queues and to enter and leave through different areas.

OpenTable surveyed about 20,000 of the 60,000 restaurants it works with for its most recent state of the restaurant industry report. And total reservations and walk-ins were down 95% on May 14 from that date the year before. They were down 100% throughout the month of April compared to the same “We had hoped to open again, but sadly that is not possible,” the owners wrote in an open letter on April 21. Other dining casualties of the coronavirus pandemic include soup buffet chain Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes, which posted its farewell on its Facebook FB, -0.75% page last week, as well

" People eat on sidewalks, benches "

Restaurateur and president of the Umih (Union des Métiers de l'Industrie de l'Hôtellerie) of Bouches-du-Rhône, Bernard Marty hardly shares this enthusiasm. For the time being. "I am awaiting an explanation," he reacts. If it's to make a protocol even more drastic than the current one, I'm not sure, we have to think about the next step. " His fight, and the 1,200 members of Umih 13, is first of all to reopen at least the terraces, not necessarily the dining rooms first.

“When I see there that people are eating on sidewalks, benches, without any distancing or cleaning surfaces,” blows Bernard Marty. Thereupon, it is always an end to the authorities. “We told the prefect, but all the questions we ask remain unanswered. "Will he give more echo to this initiative launched by the Avenir collective? Requested by us, the prefecture and the ARS had not responded at the time of writing.

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