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Indoor vs. outdoor dining in the COVID era: What restaurant patrons say they’re comfortable with

31 Aug 2020

A new survey of U.S. adults found that 25% will not feel comfortable dining until a vaccine becomes available.

New Jersey just became the latest state to allow bars and restaurants to reopen their indoor dining sections, but that doesn’t mean patrons will actually show up. As fall approaches, the weather gets cooler, and states face potential new outbreaks in their fight against COVID-19, a big question for restaurant owners is whether diners will feel safe enough to venture indoors for a bit to eat.


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