Coronavirus Resources


First Watch closes more than 300 corporate stores

The breakfast and lunch chain pledged to provide restaurant managers with a bonus when they're rehired so their annual pay for the year will remain the same.


CDC updates best practices for protecting restaurant staffs

For the first time, the federal agency said it's OK to hire essential workers who may have been exposed to the coronavirus. Just take their temperature and have them wear face masks.

Chain restaurants now have the leeway to change their takeout and delivery menus without updating nutritional disclosures accordingly.

Many are loosening liquor laws and extending tax deadlines, and some are offering low- or no-interest loans or grants. See what forms of assistance are available in your state.

New research provides some insight.

A new program from the North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association is offering the funds for immediate relief based on need and longevity.

Here's the process as it applies to restaurants.

These operators are fighting the coronavirus by thinking outside the box.

Advice, tips and guidelines in one handy guide, organized state by state, which we will update as more become available to us.

The largest public assistance measure in American history is an imposing tome of legalese and technical language. Here are the parts with particular relevance for foodservice.

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