Picture the following scenario: Sally the server has just arrived for her shift, but she doesn’t look well. She is coughing, hoarse with a sore throat and just asked a coworker to feel her forehead for fever.That scenario is likely to repeat itself throughout restaurants nationwide in coming months in what is anticipated to be a flu season made even more brutal by the appearance of H1N1, or swine flu. As restaurateurs heighten their hygiene practices to prevent outbreaks from what has ...
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