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Shanghai gradually reopen dine-in services at restaurants from June 29

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Shanghai gradually reopen dine in services at restaurants from June 29

The Chinese city of Shanghai plans to gradually reopen dine-in services at restaurants in low-risk areas, as well as those where poor people saw any new local area-level spread of Covid-19 during the earlier week, from 29 June.

Although the city lifted its two-extended Covid-19 lockdown on 1 June, a large number of the city’s restaurants could offer takeaway services.

As per a report from ShanghaiDaily, eat-in services will begin for diners’ that have a 72-hour negative nucleic acid test report.

To enter a restaurant, diners are expected to wear a mask, examine the venue code and have their temperature levels checked.

Shanghai restaurants halted dine-in services for visitors after a lockdown was forced in the city to curtail the spread of Covid-19 toward the beginning of April.

Shanghai Commerce Commission official Lai Xiaoyi was cited by ShanghaiDaily as saying: “Local district governments will decide which regions can resume dine-in services according to evaluations of the pandemic situation.”

Once dine-in services resume, huge and medium-sized restaurants will be expected to work at a 70% limit, with tables in the restaurants positioned at least a meter apart.

Preceding the resumption of dine-in services, restaurants are expected to conduct preventative disinfection while tables, chairs, and tableware should be cleaned and disinfected following each arrangement of clients when services start.

Lai added that restaurants should restrict clients’ dining times to 90 minutes.

On 25 June, Shanghai reported zero new Covid-19 diseases interestingly since March.

The Chinese economic hub lifted a two-month city-wide lockdown on June 1, however, numerous establishments have stayed incapable to offer indoor dining since mid-March.

Shanghai reported no new privately sent cases – either symptomatic or asymptomatic – for June 24 and June 25.

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