Taco Bell to launch employee temperature checks, increase use of masks
Article via Nation's Restaurant News
"Taco Bell, a division of Yum Brands, is expanding COVID-19 safety protections at restaurants including requiring employee temperature checks, using a tray to pass sealed food to customers in cars, adding contactless credit card payment at the drive-thru and providing employees masks as supplies become available.
The Irvine, Calif.-based quick-service chain joins a handful of national brands that have enhanced safety protocols recently as shelter in place orders have been extended through the end of April.
Last week,McDonald's said managers will ask employees a series of health-related questionsdesigned to ensure employees are healthy before serving customers. McDonald’s is not performing temperature checks, making Taco Bell one of the few restaurant brands performing this kind of procedure. Walmart recently began taking employee temperatures."
Read the full article by Nancy Luna here.