We live in challenging times, and while everyone is affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19), the restaurant business has never seen such rapid and significant changes in such a brief period. Dine-in is closed to customers. Carryout and delivery are the new normal.
Like everyone else, we want to get out. We miss our local restaurants. Delivery is not the same, we miss the authentic experience, and neither is the business the same for the restaurateur. The list of numerous places closing around us is hard to read. How does the restaurant sector move forward with regulations closing doors and limiting social interaction? How can they make sure that their kitchens and doors stay open?
Although there is no evidence or reported cases of COVID-19 transmission being linked to food, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), World Health Organization (WHO), and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), among others, are persuading all of us, including food service workers, to take preventive measures to slow the virus’s spread.

How safe is my restaurant even after following rigorous safety measures? This question plagues many of the restaurateurs. Chemicals, whether hazardous or non-toxic, can nonetheless be dangerous. In addition, microbes can evolve immunity to them. Additionally, chemical disinfection can make it difficult to use on surfaces where the food comes in contact. 

When compared to other disinfection methods, UVC disinfection has an upper hand. UVC lights for restaurants can help to improve cleanliness by enhancing cleaning efforts on contact surfaces. Cleaning contact surfaces manually can be difficult, unreliable, and inconsistent. After all, even when given the same rigid rules, no two people clean the same way. UVC anti microbial lighting can help to guarantee that all surfaces are thoroughly cleaned.
Health and safety are on everybody’s minds right now, but they have taken on even greater significance in the food sector. Restaurants have always adhered to strict health standards, but now is the time to step it up for the sake of our customers and staff.
A portable disinfection device is critically required to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus. UVC radiation and disinfection can play an appropriate or even substantial role in the sanitization plan for any restaurant. Use VIOlight’s UVC Disinfection technologies to implement smart disinfection methods and destroy up to 99.99 per cent of pathogenic microorganisms. Our range of devices are suitable to disinfect kitchen tools, cutleries, tabletops, under table surfaces and chairs.

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