Seattle - King County expanding education, enforcement of 'Safe Start' rules for restaurants, bars


New covert cases a day is prompted King County Public Health launched a new program to help restaurants and bars curb the spread of the virus. Dr. Patty Hes says cases have gone up since eateries open so under the new safe start for taverns and restaurants or star program Inspectors will educate businesses on nine safety guidelines, including mask use, setting up proceeding capacities, just food establishment owners to understand the safe start requirements during our face to operations. As well as identify and enforce where corrective action may be necessary, she says. Of the 423 taverns, coffee shops and restaurants they have inspected. The majority are in partial or full compliance. Businesses have three days to complexly, Don't they could face getting their permit suspended. Least one

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