Many cities and states are renewing restrictions on indoor dining. Two new vaccines bring hope for a return to normal.
In this week’s hospitality news headlines, the drug Remdesivir is approved for Covid-19 treatment just in time for the second wave. Read more news here.
In this week’s hospitality news headlines, restaurant gift cards expected to grow this holiday season, and Covid-19 surges again nationwide.
The US House of Representatives has proposed a Covid-19 relief bill that will infuse the hospitality industry with much needed cash. The proposed bill would provide the relief necessary for many restaurants to survive the coming winter months.
Several states announced relaxed regulations on indoor dining capacity in restaurants last week.
Wildfires impact restaurants in the West, independent pizzerias thrive, hotel occupancy remains bleak, and more hospitality news here.
Several states announced relaxed restaurant regulations that will enable more indoor dining capacity. Read more hospitality news highlights here.
Are hospitality workers “essential?” The Carnival Corporation cites a lack of staffing due to Covid as part of the problem that left them vulnerable to a ransomware attack. Many state and local governments have pushed hard to reopen restaurants due to their importance to the economy. Yet, hospitality employees aren’t broadly respected as essential workers in the same way that healthcare and even grocery store workers have been.
In this week’s Fresh From the Oven hospitality news, hotel losses are drastic but China’s recovery is helping, technology remains center stage with mobile ordering, ecommerce liquor sales, and booking apps on the rise.