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May 2020

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There's Additional Ways to Stay Safe During a Pandemic

A former police officer turned operations officer for a global security outfit offers some tips on what restaurateurs can do to keep their buildings safe while they're open limited hours or not at all.

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ProStart National Competition Cancelled, But Seniors Still Win

The ultimate competition ProStart students from Sauk Raids-Rice High School had been prepping for most of their senior year isn’t happening. After winning the state competition back in March, both the culinary and management teams were slated to head to Washington, D.C., for the finals. And then COVID-19 closed down the country.

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Ask The Expert Online Edition

Our question: What kind of liability do restaurateurs have if someone comes down with the coronavirus after dining at their restaurant? Or an employee is infected by another employee? Would this be covered by their current insurance policy? If not, should they alter their policies to reflect this kind of coverage? Here's how Kim Brown of KLB Insurance answered it.

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Round-up: Lots of Best Practices and One Bad Idea

Here's the latest round-up of COVID-19-related news, including videos of notable Twin Cities restaurateurs telling their stories to lawmakers and taking your biscuits on the road.

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Hand Scanners and Social Distancing Apps at Work

As states and companies begin to reopen and employees head back to work, brands are coming up with creative solutions to safety issues, including PathSpot, which scans hands to make sure they’ve been washed properly. New York-based consulting firm From, The Digital Transformation Agency, has developed a social distancing app that alerts employees if they’re within six feet of each other.

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