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Associated Press

US restaurants expect big changes when their doors reopen

U.S. restaurants are thinking ahead to a time when their dining room doors reopen to a changed world. “The pivot with my restaurants doesn’t anticipate a return to exactly what was,” said Dan Simons, the owner of Farmers Restaurant Group, which owns six restaurants, a bakery and a distillery in the Washington area and a restaurant in Pennsylvania. In Hong Kong, public gatherings are limited to four people, and restaurants must keep tables nearly 5 feet apart.