2. Restaurants and Cafes
According to an article published by Cheapism.com, “the restaurant industry has been among the hardest hit during the coronavirus pandemic.” And, with 46 percent of survey respondents planning to avoid them once they fully reopen, things are bound to get worse. On the plus side, many of them stayed open, offering takeout, curbside pickup, and delivery only. And, now that some of them have started to reopen slowly, they’ve added an additional offering: outdoor dining. They’ve also made sure to put safety measures into place to avoid any further infections.
1. Pubs, Bars, and Clubs
Several states have reopened restaurants and retail shops. Unfortunately, they haven’t been allowed to reopen pubs, bars, and nightclubs. But, it seems that many Americans are not even in a hurry to get back there anyway. According to the consumer attitudes survey, 55 percent of respondents said they plan to stay away from pubs, bars, and nightclubs even when they do eventually reopen. Some breweries have been allowed to reopen, however, with some restrictions, of course. Plus, they must continue to adhere to social distancing rules — at least for now anyway.
What about you? Do you plan on staying away from certain types of businesses even after they reopen? Let us know in the comments below.