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Alberta’s hospitality industry pushes for reopening of restaurants, bars amid COVID-19

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COVID-19 restrictions will have should they remain in place.The health measures have closed in-person services at all restaurants, pubs, bars, lounges and cafes in Alberta, with only take-out, curbside pickup and delivery allowed.The restrictions were put in place on Dec.

13 and are to remain in place until at least Jan. 21.In an open letter to Alberta’s UCP government, the Alberta Hospitality Association (AHA) says the industry is now at a breaking point and the 150,000 Albertans who work in the industry are struggling.“Without better communication, fact-based data, and a clear near-term re-opening plan, we will continue to permanently lose businesses and jobs,” the letter states. “This will have long term repercussions including mass.

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