To all of you: Thank you for staying healthy. This nightmare we find ourselves in will be behind us, just not soon enough. To me, the face masks make sense. Why not wear them. They are cheap and hide flaws on the lower half of the face.
Let’s continue to be safe. Distancing has worked so far. Yes, it’s lonely. We are definitely social animals, but we will have people, people, and people again. We’ll have them to the point of over-load.
There is the possibility of meat shortages occurring, but that means that the meat packing plants are concerned for their workers. That’s a positive development. Eating a pork chop is not worth infecting anyone.
Due to the unknowns occurring on a daily basis, we may be forced from time to time to substitute an entrée on the menu.All foods offered are of high standards, and will remain so. Instead of hamburger in your taco, you may have ground up New York steak! We won’t take a step backward in quality.
We have dealt with the same retailers for years, and they always let us know of specials and availability. So far, they still do. We hope all of our lunch crowd is enjoying the experience. We feel it is working quite well. We won’t offer sit down lunches until it is absolutely safe to do so.
Saw a report about Yountville Veterans Home. They have no reported Covid-19 cases. The vets are wearing masks, all those who work and/or service the Vets wear masks and are checked when arriving. Their temperatures are taken and they answer questions concerning their health. The Vets are allowed to go to town. If they are gone more than four hours, they are isolated for five days, and their temperatures are taken daily for two weeks. The Vets are very much in agreement with the necessity. Let’s keep others safe as well as ourselves.
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