Under Michigan’s new pandemic rules, restaurants can reopen for indoor dining — but they have to track customer’s personal information for contract tracing in the event of possible coronavirus exposure.

To help with that, the Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association (MRLA) has partnered with Michigan-based hospitality technology company BYOD to supply employee health screening and contact tracing software.

This service is being provided at no cost to MRLA members and $25 per month per location for non-members.

“As a Michigan-based company, BYOD leadership understands the complex environment in which restaurants and other businesses operate in our state to ensure the health and safety of customers and employees,” MRLA President and CEO Justin Winslow said in a statement.…

Under Michigan’s new pandemic rules, restaurants can reopen for indoor dining — but they have to track customer’s personal information for contract tracing in the event of possible coronavirus exposure.

To help with that, the Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association (MRLA) has partnered with Michigan-based hospitality technology company BYOD to supply employee health screening and contact tracing software.

This service is being provided at no cost to MRLA members and $25 per month per location for non-members.

“As a Michigan-based company, BYOD leadership understands the complex environment in which restaurants and other businesses operate in our state to ensure the health and safety of customers and employees,” MRLA President and CEO Justin Winslow said in a statement.… …Read More

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