(CNN) — With the coronavirus pandemic came a wave of mandatory physical distancing measures at restaurants around the world.

Already operating on thin margins, such measures have forced tens of thousands of them out of business, with many more to come. But during this global crisis, one valuable resource is now making the rounds among restaurateurs: the “Covid-19 Playbook,” by Black Sheep Restaurants.

The group operates 25 establishments across Hong Kong, including Michelin-starred restaurants Belon and New Punjab Club.

When co-founders Asim Hussain and Christopher Mark got wind of a highly contagious virus across the border in mainland China, the restaurateurs immediately set to work.

Hong Kong’s Black Sheep Restaurants group recommends eateries check diners’ temperatures before allowing entry.

Courtesy Black Sheep Restaurants


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