Restaurants could do worse than copy McDo template

When Coronavirus lockdown restrictions are finally scaled back, imagine the kind of confined spaces that will struggle to get customers back inside.

How about ones that are traditionally pretty small, and full of strangers chewing and talking? Ones where people usually let down their guard because they are enjoying themselves and invariably drinking copious amounts of alcohol.

Yes, restaurants, cafés and bars are ideally suited for the transfer of Covid-19, and the global leisure sector is going to have a hell of a job ...

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