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Masks still required for restaurant staff; 7 in Madison County caught without

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - “Everything is in place for a reason. We don’t all like it. But that’s what we’re given, we don’t have a choice,” said Jennifer Hurt, assistant general manager of MELT.

Alabama restaurant employees must wear masks when interacting with customers.
Alabama restaurant employees must wear masks when interacting with customers. (Source: WAFF)

“If our employees don’t wear them, they get sent home. It’s not a choice here you have to wear one,” Hurt said.

We talked to a guest at MELT who says she does feel more comfortable with servers wearing masks, but…

“I actually think it should be a personal preference for business owners. I do. It’s just hard to navigate for anything and no I don’t think businesses should close down for that,” Carly Parker said.

“Our bartender at the time, his mask had drooped down below his mouth and nose. And everybody else has been wearing masks, we’ve been enforcing that. And because he didn’t have his mask on and on properly, she suspended operations for 15 minutes,” part-owner Brian Ham said.

“We’ve had many, many people call up here asking if we were still open and if we were wearing masks. We were never actually closed, she just temporarily suspended operations until I wrote out that letter,” he said.

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