2 Chainz reopening Atlanta Restaurants
Brian Kemp, Governor of Georgia, is deciding to reopen his State on April 24, 2020. 2 Chainz is reopening his Atlanta restaurants reportedly on 24th April. TMZ reported that both restaurants, Escobar and Tapas will be resuming normal operations from 24th.
The restaurants were so far only offering take-out services while Georgia was under lockdown. This decision has sparked a lot of controversies. With some calling it an irresponsible act over fears of providing an avenue that can facilitate the spread of the coronavirus. While others claim that the economy has already taken a big economic blow so it is time to normalize business operations.
However, in light of the current fears and the pandemic still not over, The restaurants are assuring their customers that they are taking are necessary precautions to prevent its’ spread.
Precautions these restaurants are taking
The safety of all customers and staff members is primary, said Snoop Dillard, 2 Chainz business partner. And so, all necessary precautions will be put into place to ensure them.
Staff members will have their temperatures checked every time before their shift begins. And they will wear gloves. And cooks will wear masks. The patrons will be handed paper menus. Any staff members who may be showing any symptoms are advised to self-quarantine before resuming work.
The move was to battle the economic downfall
This move was made after an economic downfall the business had to face. Because they had to grant leave of absence to 80% of their staff. Moreover, their sales had fallen by 95%. Now they will be bringing back 80 employees. And continue their take-out services along with sit-down service.
They have explained that they understand even DJs need jobs in this time of despair. And so, they will be continuing live DJ sets. While Governor Brian Kemp is urging business to begin again. But Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is insisting people remain at home.