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NRAEF Restaurant Employee Relief Fund raises millions; checks are mailing

The fund launched in late March provides $500 grants to restaurant workers across America who are facing financial hardship.


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.

The directive is the latest effort to increase safeguards for staff members providing takeout and delivery service.

Courses for safe food handling and career enhancement are available.

The money will provide emergency grants to store workers who’ve suffered hardships related to the coronavirus.

Customer service, grocery and other companies are bringing on hospitality workers who have been laid off or furloughed.

Massive and mounting unemployment figures do not tell the full toll of the coronavirus crisis on the restaurant industry.

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

The relief program has been formed by the National Restaurant Association’s Educational Foundation in collaboration with leading industry suppliers.

The company said it is negotiating with landlords for a break on rent for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis.

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