A group of women working in nightclubs has their own infection controls Corona Virus

A group of women working in a nightclub has its own infection prevention Corona Virus May 23 at 4:07

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A group of women working in nightclubs and other places that were not included in the relaxation of the tokyo metropolitan government’s request for closure sought a press conference on Sunday night, and made it clear that they had developed their own guidelines for infection control, considering that some stores would resume operations without waiting for the cancellation of the holiday request.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has presented a roadmap that phases out requests for closures after the declaration of an emergency was lifted, but restaurants with entertainment, such as nightclubs and cabaret stores, are not included in the relaxation.

Under these conditions, the Japan Water Business Association, a group of women working in nightclubs and cabaret shops in Tokyo, held a press conference on Sunday night, and representative Kaori Koga said, “While the demand for closure continues, the lives of women in the water business are in a severe state, and when they are able to resume business, there is a possibility that the number of shops may have decreased by half.”

We also clarified that some stores would reopen operations without waiting for the cancellation of the holiday request, and under the supervision of experts, we have developed our own guidelines for infection control.

The guidelines require that guests wear masks when serving customers, not remove them except when drinking drinks, do not change hostesses to reduce contact as much as possible, and sit at each table at intervals.

Emiori Aizawa, who is involved in the management of the cabaret shop, said, “Even if you are forced to operate, you can’t take off your mask. I want you to take off your mask and look forward to the day when you’re like, ‘Was she a woman like this?'”