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Coronavirus and Retail Food, Beverage, and Other Related Service Venues

This California Department of Public Health guidance is based on what is currently known about the transmission and severity of the coronavirus relating to retail food, beverage, and other service venues

  • 17 March 2020
  • Author: Joshua Lindsey
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Coronavirus and Retail Food, Beverage, and Other Related Service Venues

Retail Food, Beverage, and Other Related service venues bring people from multiple communities into close contact with each other and have the potential to increase COVID-19 transmission. This guidance document describes steps that retail food, beverage, and other related service venue owners and management should take for the protection of
patrons to prevent further COVID-19 transmission. This is not an exhaustive list of all food and beverage sites that should utilize social distancing, and does not relate to manufacturing or production of beer and wine. The CDPH guidance has sanitation, personal hygiene, and social distancing as an important foundation for the prevention of COVID-19 in these venues.
The goals of these actions are: (1) to protect people attending and working at the venue and the local community from COVID-19 infection; and (2) to reduce community transmission and introductions of COVID-19 into new communities. Below we provide guidance for bars, wineries, breweries, pubs, restaurants/cafeterias, food trucks, grocery stores, certified farmers’ markets, and charitable food distribution sites.

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