Bill’s Cambridge to reopen with thermal cameras and deep cleaning protocols
Bill’s Cambridge will reopen on Friday (July 17) with thermal cameras providing temperature checks as diners arrive.
The iconic cafe-restaurant in Green Street will have new seating arrangements in line with government social distancing rules, and is logging staff temperatures on a daily basis.
The chain, known for its pancakes, burgers and cocktails, is reopening 29 of its restaurants on Friday after what it described as a “successful reopening” of six outlets earlier in July.
The company said: “Whilst service will still remain a priority, all restaurants will be implementing the highest standards of health and safety, ensuring both guests and employees will be dining and working in confidence and in a safe environment.
“All surfaces will be freshly cleaned before and after each use, and professional deep cleaning and disinfecting of each restaurant will take place on a daily basis.
“Dedicated members of staff have been appointed to ensure that health and safety is at its highest standard on an on-going basis.
“For staff, the restaurants have adapted shift patterns to allow teams to return to work safely. Each restaurant has also implemented tracking software for all employees, logging daily temperature readings over a seven-day rolling period.”
Managing director Baton Berisha added: “Our teams across the country are excited to be opening the doors to more Bill’s locations later this month. We have received many positive messages from guests and have worked tirelessly to ensure we can create a fantastic experience for all, whilst being safe in the knowledge that we have taken every precaution for the safety of our diners and employees.”
To book or find out more, visit bills-website.co.uk.
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