NSW also eases restrictions to allow at least five people to visit another household and up to 10 people for outdoor gatherings. Religious gatherings and places of worship are open to a maximum of 10 worshippers.
The recommendations of RCA are listed below,
- Maintain at least 1.5 meters between tables.
- All customers must have the CovidSafe app or register their name and number at the restaurant or cafÃ© they dine in so they can be contacted later if needed.
- Customers must follow social distancing in the waiting areas.
- Restaurants must have wipes available for customers to wipe down the cash register keypad before use.
- No condiments must be presented on the table.
- Use disposable or chalkboard menus to prevent infection. Restaurants can also use a laminated menu if they can be cleaned.
- Use recyclable cutlery and crockery, or commercial dishwashers that can sanitise cutlery and crockery to 80 degrees.
- Patrons must have easy access to sanitisers.
The owners of the top-rated, good restaurants in Castle Hill see the lifting of the restrictions as a positive sign for the community as the people can get out now. In their opinion, people are used to going down to the markets and get out on weekends, but they havenâ€™t been able to due to the lockdown. They believe that these changes in the restrictions will be good for their mental health. Now, with the restrictions being eased, they can go out for a couple of hours, have dinner once a week, and this can bring normality back into their life.
Hudson George, one of the leading Castle Hill restaurants is now open for daily brekky and lunch, and dinner Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. As a family-owned business, they strive to build an atmosphere that welcomes you in with the warmth of coming home.
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