Majority of operators have no plans for temperature checks for customers - MCA Poll

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Just one in five operators are planning to introduce temperature checks when customers arrive at their pub or restaurant, according to the latest weekly Hospitality Leaders Poll by MCA Insight/HIM.

Just one in five operators are planning to introduce temperature checks when customers arrive at their pub or restaurant, according to the latest weekly Hospitality Leaders Poll by MCA Insight/HIM. And the vast majority – 65% – have no plans to introduce temperature checks alongside other safety measures, with 41% saying it would be impractical to manage, 12% saying it was the customer’s responsibility, and 9% because of the cost. Another 15% are still undecided.

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