The restaurant business is burdening the vaccination part regardless of capability modifications

In just over two weeks, Pennsylvania will ease new restrictions, including increasing indoor restaurant capacity. However, when it comes to vaccine approval, the food industry is still classified as Phase 1C. Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 spoke to Pittsburghers in the restaurant industry for their opinion. “We’re in Phase 1C, which is still a while away. And when we’re back to 75% capacity, it’s just irresponsible that we don’t get vaccinated and don’t have any kind of health security before we go.” “said Kacy McGill, a staff member at the Pittsburgh restaurant. Vue 412 staff told Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 that if we loosen the restrictions, it is a relief and a sign that we will be going around the corner.” Everyone was concerned throughout this whole thing, “said Server Christine Gepinski.” It was difficult for all of us not to see our families because we were trying to protect them. With all of the openings and closings, it feels like it’s finally a respite. “The next step in easing restrictions in Pennsylvania goes into effect on April 4th.

In just over two weeks, Pennsylvania will ease new restrictions, including increasing indoor restaurant capacity.

However, when it comes to vaccine approval, the food industry is still classified as Phase 1C.

Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 spoke to Pittsburghers in the restaurant industry for their opinion.

“We’re in Phase 1C, which is still a while away. And when we’re back to 75% capacity, it’s just irresponsible that we don’t get vaccinated and don’t have any kind of health security before we go.” back, “said Kacy McGill, a Pittsburgh restaurant worker.

Vue 412 staff told Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 that it is a relief and a sign that we are going around the corner as we push ahead with easing restrictions.

“Everyone was concerned throughout this whole thing,” said Server Christine Gepinski. “It was difficult for all of us not to see our families because we were trying to protect them. With all the openings and closings, it feels like it’s finally a respite.”

The next step in easing restrictions in Pennsylvania will take effect April 4th.

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