• Updated 30.07.2020 00:43
  • Created 28.07.2020 12:30

Density norms per capita should be observed during the reception of customers


In order to reduce the rate of spread of a new type of coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, as well as to minimize its complications, the Cabinet of Ministers has set the following requirements for public catering facilities that are allowed to provide on-site services:

- The customer flow in the catering facilities, allowed to provide on-site services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, should be twice less than the norms and rules in force, and the area per capita should be doubled accordingly;

- the distance between the seats in the dining halls should not be less than 1 meter behind the one table, and the distance between the tables should not be less than 2 meters;

- The sign in front of each catering facility should indicate the total area of ​​food reception places (halls, rooms, etc.), the number of seats, the distance between tables, the density norms per capita.

Per capita norms for customers presence in public catering facilities during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic:

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