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As part of the second phase of reopening in Washington State all restaurants must log information of each customer who dines in the restaurant. They need to collect the customers’ phone number, email address and what time they ate.
The information is being collected so that they state can do contact tracing to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
“If you have somebody who has become sick and they were sitting right next to a person at a restaurant, to be able to identify that person could be very valuable for their health to try to save their life, and so we put that in place,”
– Governor Inslee
Collecting personal information isn’t the only requirement. The state has also mandated that restaurants must occupy at 50 percent capacity or less, tables must be six feet apart, no more than five customers to a table, and disposable menus.
Employees at restaurants need to be tested for the coronavirus before each shift and have a designated employee who is charge of monitoring the health safety of every employee while at work.
Restaurants can only open if they adhere to all of the guidelines outlines by Governor Inslee.
So if you live in Washington State and want to eat out at a restaurant be prepared to disclose your personal information.
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