Local restaurants face the challenge of coronavirus By Tommie Lee – March 24, 2020 0 368 A pair of programs are designed to support local restaurants during a difficult time for everyone.A policy of “stay at home” has been ordered by the governors of several states, including Indiana and Michigan. However, people are allowed certain exemptions for essential work and services — including getting food.Restaurants and bars have been closed to dine-in customers, but are still offering carry out and delivery service.Megan Ramirez of Monterrey Mexican Bar & Grill spoke with Michiana’s Morning News about Operation Restaurant Rescue. You can hear their chat by clicking here.Dan Fitzpatrick from Quality Dining spoke with Michiana’s Morning News about another program, Keep Calm & Carry Out. You can hear that conversation by clicking here. WhatsApp CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Google+ Previous articleREAL Services providing resources to elderly during coronavirus pandemicNext articleIndiana health chief warns coronavirus cases will increase Tommie Lee Twitter Google+ Facebook Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Twitter
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