According to reports, from Monday, Michigan diners will be required to provide their names and phone numbers to restaurants and bars to curb the recent surge in coronavirus.
According to the Detroit News, this new rule was formulated by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services on Thursday. It also includes limiting indoor gatherings without fixed seats (such as in restaurants) to 50 people, and each The table is limited to 6 people.
According to FOX 17 in Grand Rapids, the state set a record with 3,675 new cases on Thursday.
Scott Ellis, executive director of the Michigan Chartered Beverage Association, told Fox No. 17. Said his association did not agree with the task of contract tracking.
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He said: “Our front-line servers have encountered trouble in handling masks and authorizations and mandatory masks.”
He added: “I think when you sit in a restaurant, don’t expect others to use your name and phone number for drinking or burgers.”
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Justin Winslow, chairman and chief executive officer of the Michigan Hotel and Lodging Association, said in a statement that the contract tracking authorization is inconsistent with “existing science and data,” indicating that
FOX 17 reported that, according to Winslow, the “minimal spread” of dining from restaurants: Only about 2% of states are investigating cases.
According to FOX 17, companies may be fined $1,000 for failing to comply with the order.
Robert Gordon, director of the Department of Health and Human Services, said the state is taking “targeted actions” against “particularly serious sources of transmission.”
According to the Detroit News, he added: “We are issuing guidance. This is a very clear roadmap for the number of cases we need to reduce.”
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The state said that 12 of the outbreaks were related to bars and restaurants in Michigan.