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The covid19 pandemic has changed the way people dine out. A virus that’s invisible to the naked eye quickly spread through droplets, places a high risk to everyone within an arm’s reach. The usual set-up in restaurants where you sit or dine next to strangers, a seemingly innocent act, is now a threatening situation that can put your health at risk.

The New Normal has defined a new way of dining out. As per the CDC, dining out is still possible as long as you exercise extra precautions on hygiene and social distancing. Coronavirus can be easily transmitted when people converge in a close confined space. Thus, health officials encourage drive-through, delivery, take-out, and curb-side pick up as better options than dining in.

Restaurants and bars must adapt to the new regulations with the safety of the customers and employees in mind. Choose restaurants or diners that observe health protocols like wearing masks (especially for the servers), contactless service from ordering to payment, al-fresco option with tables 6 feet apart, and with decreased capacity option. Good ventilation and usage of disposable items such as spoons and forks are recommended to avoid using shared objects.

Innovative approaches, such as digital menus and QR code payments, have revolutionized the new dining experience. They are offering two-way benefits where customers can still enjoy their food while businesses even make money but lessening the risk of a virus.

However, with an enemy invisible to everyone, it’s always better to stay safe than sorry. Take out, and delivery will always be the best option until the virus has been curbed out. Dining out is an option still not available to everyone, especially for high risked individuals such as seniors or elderly. With that in mind, it’s better to send them our love through deliveries while staying within the comfort of their own homes.

Amid uncertainties, staying healthy is the best armor to combat the virus. Fortunately, home healthcare agencies such as Nova Care Health Services are available to lend a helping hand. The therapy services agency is in Kissimmee, FL, serving surrounding counties, Orange County, Osceola County, Seminole County, and Brevard County.

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