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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Requirements for hospitality and fitness businesses
- If your food businesses is providing takeaway food and drinks (until 11.58pm, 15 May 2020) you must:
- promote social distancing – keep all staff and customers 1.5m apart, no more than 1 person per 4 square metres
- not allow customers to consume takeaway items on or adjacent to your premises (e.g. remove tables and chairs).
- Learn about the easing of business restrictions from 11.59pm, 15 May 2020, including for restaurants, cafes, pubs, registered and licensed clubs, RSL clubs, hotels, and fitness training.
- Find business health and safety resources including posters for your business premises to encourage social distancing and good hygiene.
- Read the Chief Health Officer's directive on non-essential business closures.
- Read advice from Safe Food Queensland
- Find hospitality workplace resources from Safe Work Australia.
- Last reviewed: 29 Jul 2019
- Last updated: 15 May 2020
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