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General Manager Liz Elkins takes the temperature of server Alex Anaya before he starts work at Poquitos on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.  After taking Anaya’s temperature, Elkins asked if he has a cough, shortness of breath, a sore throat or muscle aches. He answered no to all and was cleared to work. Restaurants wishing to reopen amid the pandemic will have to screen employees, among other safety measures. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
General Manager Liz Elkins takes the temperature of server Alex Anaya before he starts work at Poquitos on Tuesday in Seattle. Restaurants wishing to reopen amid the pandemic will have to screen employees. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
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The dining experience will be dramatically different when Seattle-area restaurants reopen after coronavirus rules ease

Servers will likely don masks and gloves. You’ll order from a disposable paper menu while the server stands 6 feet away. If you get up to use the restroom, you will be asked to put on a face covering.

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