Restaurant Association demands to publish a list of businesses that fail to comply with sanitary measures
The Association of Restaurants and Related Products of Panama issued a statement demanding that the authorities publish a list of all companies that fail to comply with and violate the rules and parameters established by the Ministry of Health (Minsa) as a preventive measure against COVID-19.
According to the union, the petition seeks to safeguard businesses that do comply with the standards, and that the population go with confidence to establishments that work to take care of the health of their customers.
As Restaurant Owners or Managers, we have a corporate social responsibility to fulfill, and at a time when our economy most requires it, it is when together we must take every measure and enforce it by both our collaborators and those who visit us to share a moment gastronomic in our premises, says the association.
Given this, they ask for extreme measures and comply with the rules.
Complying with the rules and parameters is a priority for the economy in the country to prosper, therefore, as a union we demand that the entire industry avoid consequences for non-compliance, he concluded.
Previously, the Vice Minister of Internal Commerce and Industries, Omar Montilla, said that a list of commercial establishments that insist on not complying with biosafety measures would be published.