1 restaurant reopens after coronavirus tragedy; others told to follow COVID-19 guidelines – San Bernardino Sun
1 restaurant reopens after coronavirus tragedy; others instructed to comply with COVID-19 tips – San Bernardino Solar
This week noticed one Inland Empire diner reopen after a COVID-19 tragedy, whereas others had been cited throughout restaurant inspections for not following state tips to fight the novel coronavirus that causes the illness.
Listed below are notable current occurrences associated to the pandemic.
Corky’s Kitchen & Bakery: This diner at 3150 Case Street in Perris was cited by Riverside County well being officers for permitting indoor eating throughout a routine inspection. The report additionally famous a employees member was not sporting a masks.
Mr. China Specific: This Riverside restaurant was cited throughout a routine Riverside County health inspection for members of the kitchen employees working with out sporting masks.
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Cheliz Restaurant: This Redlands restaurant reopened Sept. 1 for takeout and outside eating after a two-month closure. Leticia “Letty” Silverio, who owned the restaurant with husband Jose-Luis Salazar, was stricken with the disease, together with a number of relations. She died on July 22. Cheliz is open 8 a.m.-2 p.m. serving breakfast, lunch and Mexican favorites, in accordance with a Facebook post. It’s at 800 E. Lugonia Ave. Suite D2. chelizrestaurant.com
Subway: A sandwich store at 9760 Baseline Street in Rancho Cucamonga was written up by San Bernardino County well being officers throughout an on-site inspection for permitting prospects to make use of a self-service beverage machine and never having a site-specific plan for worker coaching and screening; cleansing and disinfecting; and bodily distancing.