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This ‘airlock’ for restaurants ensures that picking up your takeout order is 100% contact free

25 Mar 2020

The design—open-source, so any restaurant can implement it—makes it so restaurant workers and customers never breathe the same air.

Restaurant workers at takeout windows, like cashiers in supermarkets, face a greater risk of catching the new coronavirus because of the sheer number of people they see each day. But at Creator, a restaurant in San Francisco, a new pressurized “transfer chamber” means that germs can’t come in when an order goes out. The restaurant is now sharing the open-source design for other retailers to copy.


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