Many workplaces are preparing to reopen after a period of stay-at-home restrictions. Unlike offices with cubicles and cabins, restaurants and bars have open spaces where employees and guests are in front of each other, and therefore, are the most vulnerable to health concerns, like catching the coronavirus. If you are planning to reopen your business for customers, you might be looking for solutions to maintain social distance and keep everyone healthy.
Creating a separation between guests is one of the most effective measures that bars and restaurants can consider to regain the confidence of their old customers and attract new ones. But before putting barriers, owners must have to think whether they are best for their business and customer experience or not.