As Eater wrote in an earlier guide , restaurants have long been required to follow food safety rules. Still, experts recommend that restaurants and customers alike think about ways we can move toward a largely contactless experience, whether that means removing regular menus — which are harder to clean in between customers, compared to sterilized dishes and silverware — and replacing them with single-use paper versions; installing touchless sinks and automatic doors; or using disposable plastic utensils.
At the very least, says Knight, be careful handling condiments and menus that are passed from table to table, or picking up silverware and beverages from a common area. And always be sure to wash or sanitize your hands after touching other surfaces and before bringing your hands to your face.
Sure, but you may need to adjust some behaviors in order to maintain social distancing, experts say. Ideally, customers would also wear face masks in these common areas. The virus has been found in the stool of some people who are diagnosed with COVID, although studies have yet to confirm whether or not the virus can spread through exposure to fecal matter, per the CDC.
Customers could potentially pick up those fecal particles in restrooms where flushing toilets generate bioaerosols, according to Allen. There are also all the restroom surfaces that you touch, from toilet handles to doors to faucet handles. In theory, yes, there is a risk, as cash is passed from person to person, but there has not yet been much data on the handling of cash or credit cards when it comes to virus transmission, according to Popescu.
Still, contactless payment options are obviously ideal, to avoid having to touch either money or pens and buttons associated with card payment.
Things get trickier when restaurants then have a collection of data that they could potentially retain or share with public health authorities, as one might do for contact tracing in the event of a coronavirus outbreak. But on the other hand, according to Bartholomew, some laws could find a business responsible for allowing in customers with communicable illnesses, without taking proper precautions.
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The story will lead you to this safe. Finding the clue for the combination is pretty simple too, as it's on the desk right next to the safe. If you need help figuring out the clue, look at the pictures that are on the desk and then look at the collection of photos that are on the wall slightly behind you--they detail all the winners of the employee of the month. Still don't get it? The combination is You'll need to go to an actual bank to find the second safe--which you'll discover very early on in Seattle Day 1 in Seattle's Downtown region.
It's technically more of a vault than a safe, but you'll need to find the clue to its combination just like the other safes in the game. It's located at 5th and James. You can miss the bank it's optional but you'll stumble on it eventually if you just explore the area.
Inside the bank, you'll find the remains of a heist gone wrong. Among the remains is a note that details the plan for the heist as well as the code you'll need to open the vault. The vault is on the left wall of the bank, through the safety deposit box room--it opens to the combination code While you're here, be sure to open the safety deposit box in the corner.
You can find the third safe after slipping through the fence Downtown at Madison between 5th and 6th in the game's second chapter: Seattle Day 1. The clue for this safe is also nearby. Though you can miss this safe, like Safe 1, the story will lead you right past this spot. The clue for this safe is pretty self-explanatory--you just need to refer back to the list of gate codes that you've been using to navigate this chapter.
As the clue says, you're looking for the code used to open West Gate 2. If you're still having trouble, the combination is The fourth safe is also found in Seattle Day 1 in Downtown.
It's hidden in the courthouse, which you will venture into for the story. That said, you can still miss this safe if you're not looking in every nook and cranny. It's under the desk that's beneath the window before you descend into the parking garage. There's no note to find for this one--you'll have to look at the environment for the combination. You're specifically looking for the code that's for office lockup.
You don't have to leave the courthouse in order to find it. It's written on a white board that's fairly close by. Still can't find it? Yup, we're still in Seattle Day 1 but now we're in the Capitol Hill chapter.
You'll find the fifth safe after you start seeing tripwires connected to explosives, in a thrift store that's just across from a gym.
It's important to note that all Resident Evil locker codes and safe combos stay the same across all variations of the Remake, so if you come to a locked safe early, you can use this page to cheat and get stuff out of sequence! Want to see how to unlock all dial locks and safes, and other puzzle codes in Resident Evil 2 RE2 at a glance? Check the list below for easy access, or read on further for more detailed information:.
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