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‘Clear as mud’: Confusion as government lags on releasing COVID safety plan for restaurants

Liam Bartlett

The state’s hospitality businesses say they’re confused over the rules about re-opening for dine-in service.

From this Monday, restaurants, pubs, and cafes can re-open but only for up to a limited number of patrons, and alcohol needs to be purchased with a meal.

However, detailed information from the State Government is yet to be released.

Kenny McHardy owns the Manuka Woodfire Kitchen in Fremantle and told Gareth Parker on Mornings he says they’ve largely been left to do their own research — and expects frustration for both owners and patrons.

Meanwhile the Police Commissioner says his officers will be out enforcing new rules for venues saying it will form part of the extra work being undertaken by his officers during the pandemic.

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