Restaurants in Shanghai will be able to reopen with dine-in services from this Wednesday, June 29, the city's commerce commission announced.
There are, of course, a few conditions:
There must be no medium-risk areas in the subdistrict; have been zero community COVID-19 infections in the area within a week; capacity will be limited to 70%; tables must be arranged at least a meter apart; serving spoons and serving chopsticks must be used; dining time is limited to an hour and a half; employees must be fully vaccinated, receive daily PCR tests and wear a mask; and everything must be disinfected a gazillion times over.
Meanwhile, diners must...
Have a 72-hour negative nucleic acid test report
Scan the venue code
Wear a mask
Do a temperature check
So there you have it. As always, we shall endeavor to keep you informed of any updates, so be sure to follow us: