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Mask choice at Hilton Head restaurants ignores seniors. Good luck with that I Letters

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Sounds liked the restaurants on the island are not requiring customers to wear masks in their restaurants. Now I do understand it is very hard to eat a meal wearing a mask. IMHO.
 

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I am all for masks but in a restaurant it is just not feasible. I guess they can say you can only take it off when you eat or drink but for many that can be the whole time.

I think the presumption should be if you go to eat in a restaurant no one will be wearing masks.
 

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The article was commenting on the no mask for servers policy, not patrons. I agree that seems short sighted by the Restaurant management. I went to a restaurant yesterday in Ohio for the first time is months and all of the staff were wearing masks as did I entering and leaving.

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I am all for masks but in a restaurant it is just not feasible. I guess they can say you can only take it off when you eat or drink but for many that can be the whole time.

I think the presumption should be if you go to eat in a restaurant no one will be wearing masks.
Here in Ohio the new protocol for restaurants is customers must have on a mask entering the establishment. You can take it off when eating(of course). I don't know whether you can take off the mask once you get to table or booth, or if you need to wait until you get your food. Once you are ready to leave you need to put the mask back on. I assume, if you need to use the restroom, masks must be worn.
 

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DH and I expect to be eating takeout for some time after dine in becomes more open, for just that reason - wait staff not wearing masks.
 
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