P.E.I. Restaurant Association encourages members to wear masks when serving customers
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Charlottetown – Working closely with the Prince Edward Island government, the Prince Edward Island Restaurant Association is encouraging its members to wear masks while serving customers.
The association sent an email to its members July 14 reinforcing guidance from the P.E.I. Department of Health and Wellness that wearing a non-medical mask is recommended when physical distancing cannot be maintained in the workplace. Its website provides information on masks and how to wear them.
“Following this recommendation is not only an important way to show we care about our staff and customers, it’s key to supporting the ongoing recovery of the tourism and hospitality sector on Prince Edward Island,” said P.E.I. Restaurant Association president Carl Nicholson.
Working closely with Restaurants Canada and the Government of Prince Edward Island, the P.E.I. Restaurant Association has provided the Island’s restaurants with a COVID-19 Rapid Recovery Guide to help them comply with evolving public health guidance.
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