Bars and restaurants in The Netherlands are allowed to start reopening on June 1. Space is limited and social distancing rules must still be followed.
- Bars and restaurants in The Netherlands were allowed to start reopening on June 1.
- Space for customers is limited, and social distancing rules must still be followed.
- One Dutch restaurant, Dadawan, has incorporated branded robots to serve food and take temperatures.
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After over two months of staying at home, Dutch restaurant customers will be greeted by some of the cutest robots of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Netherlands has slowly begun reopening after closing in mid-March because of COVID-19. Bars and restaurants were allowed to open on June 1, as long as they had no more than 30 customers and maintained social distancing. Movie theaters and museums also reopened, with schools to follow.
As in other areas of the world, some creative business owners have thought about ways to minimize risks as they reopen. For fusion restaurant Dadawan, that meant using robot servers across the restaurant. Here's how they work
Dadawan is an fusion restaurant with three locations in The Netherlands.
Danny Deng, owner of Dadawan, told RTV Maastricht that he chose his Maastricht, Netherlands location to start adding robots to his staff.
Source: RTV Maastricht