If for restaurants in large urban centers, the entry into force of the vaccination passport is accepted on Wednesday and will be applied, in small municipalities, the owners of which are understaffed, then this measure is not welcome.
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This is particularly the case in Val-des-Sources where Chez Mimi’s restaurant owner, Mario Drouin, decided to close his canteen a month and a half ago.
In addition to the difficulty of implementing health instructions regarding the mask, he does not have the resources or energy to implement this new procedure.
La Piero’s co-owner, Natalie Perrault, is given two weeks to decide whether she intends to keep her dining room open or whether to go back to the takeaway plan, as during a reservation.
Ms. Perreault doesn’t see how she can handle this extra task with her restaurant of about fifty seats and only two employees. The latter is also aware of the reaction and frustrations of vaccine-resistant customers.
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