Kerala’s triple lockdown adversely hits hotels, restaurants A restaurant owner further said that he had just reopened the business in January after having shut shop during last year’s lockdown.
Thiruvananthapuram: The threefold lockdown, advertised by the government of Kerala, has hit the city’s capital’s eateries badly in order to control the increased number of coronaviruses. According to reports, it has taken a difficult turn for hotels and restaurants because they were unable to take away and only from 7:00 to 19:30 deliveries are allowed.
Kerala’s triple lockdown adversely hits hotels, restaurants
A restaurant owner told the media that orders have declined considerably over the past few weeks, because customers now order less because they fear the virus.
He also pointed out that his restaurant is delivered without contact and the orders are specifically numerated to facilitate collection by the supply managers.