Here’s what Restaurants Should be Doing to Sanitize Indoor Air in the Dining Room

This article was written by Nancy Luna with Restaurant Hospitality.

Since the pandemic hit in March, restaurants have been focusing on curbing the spread of the deadly coronavirus by expanding sanitation of high-touch surfaces, adding barriers between tables, creating more outdoor seating, wearing masks and implementing strict distancing protocols.

But now the industry faces one more safety challenge recommended by health officials: cleaning indoor air.

“We’re turning the air over several times per hour in the room,” said Marc Zimmerman, chef-owner of GOZU in San Francisco.

Prior to reopening his fine-dining concept in October, Zimmerman installed a UV irradiation sanitizing system in the dining room.  The hospital-grade system safely sanitizes ceiling air in the intimate 45-seat restaurant…

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