Source: Mel Melcon/LA Times
A Chinese restaurant chain in California is taking a firm stance against the coronavirus by checking staff and patrons temperatures before they enter the stores.
According to Business Insider, Sichuan Impression – which has several locations in California – will turn away anyone with a temperature of 99.8 or higher.
🤒Temperature reading on the menu at this popular Chinese restaurant in #Tustin. Staff is checking for no #fever and then you’re in @cbsla #cbsla #coronavirus #sichuanimpression pic.twitter.com/B2ly0kK2oP
— michele gile (@CBSmichelegile) March 9, 2020
“We have family in China, so we understand the importance of doing everything we can to protect both our customers and our workers,” co-owner Kelly Xiao told the Orange County Register. “Everybody has a responsibility to do what they can do.”
Sichuan Impression began their temperature policy in late January. Staff are also monitored throughout their shifts.
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