How London restaurants are dealing with tightened

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With the Middlesex-London region in the “red zone”?as of?Monday, restaurants now face tightened restrictions, yet again.

Under:1618220100000,?Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework, the London region is currently in the ‘red zone,’ as daily case counts continue to increase.

That means restaurants must limit?the number of patrons dining indoors to just 10Informal indoor gatherings, with a maximum of four people per table and separated at least two metres apart or by barrier.?Individuals dining in must also answer screening questions when they arrive.

Mike Smith,?owner of four local eateriesThe cars — not a single investigator interviewed b?(Joe Kool’s, Fellini’s, Runt Club and Toboggan), told CBC London he is having to lay off employees as a result of the restrictions.

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