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NYC gives restaurants breaks on rents while capping delivery fees

Personal liability was waived for lease defaults, and sidewalk fees were suspended.

A surge in restarts has 74% of the segment back in business.

The Mexican fast-food chain said it plans to step up its hiring in the coming months.

Operators and Republican leaders are pushing for protections against liability suits.

Reopened neighborhood restaurants are attracting locals, but hotel and casino spots rely on tourism and conventions.

Temperature checks, prepackaged salads, fewer games and no strolling mascots are among some of the changes planned by the struggling eatertainment chain.

Gov. Jay Inslee is sticking with the requirement that restaurants record who has eaten in their restaurants and when, but has alerted consumers that they can withhold their specifics.

In closing its more than 40 locations, the company said the coronavirus has “decimated” sales.

Gaining popularity pre-coronavirus, virtual kitchens are seeing increased interest as operators look to make up for lost dine-in revenue.

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