While politicians in the Danish parliament debating genåbningens phase 4, sounds a wake-up call from the hotel - and restauranterhvervet, which would like to see changed in several guidelines.
Horesta, which is the catering group organisation, suggests that kvadratmeterkravet be removed or halved, as the organization proposes to forsamlingsforbuddet can completely waived for hotels and restaurants.
the Hotels and restaurants have shown that it should be able to do that. It considers the organisation's policy director, Kirsten Munch Andersen.
the Prime minister recommend that we keep distance and ensure good hand hygiene. When we then look at the restrictions, there are some that hit us quite hard, which has nothing to do with distance and hygiene.
- We believe easily, we can open more responsibly, as we ensure distance and hand hygiene.
At the moment, there must be four square feet per guest. However, it can be put down to two square metres, if the guests are sitting down. Forsamlingsforbuddet is right now at 100, but at 500 if guests are sitting down.
in addition to changing it, suggests Horesta, that, in return for relaxations will record all the guests, so the authorities can track down any smittekæder.
- We are willing to take the extra step, and I perceive that the danes will be willing to help with that we get a proper and safe re-opening of the country, says Kirsten Munch Andersen.
Kvadratmeterkravet is too great, she says. At the moment, one for 100 standing guests, garden of 400 square meters. But it is too much, guests can currently easily keep a meter distance.
- It makes no sense to make so great demands on distance - at least not in our industry.
- And in the same way, when we are talking about restaurants, where there shall be two square feet per seated guest. There you can easily fill the last ten tables up, which now stands empty, as long as you ensure that there is clearance between the guests, she says.