Can New York reopen indoor dining safely? Here is what coronavirus, dining experts say
New York City is reopening indoor dining at restaurants at 25% capacity on Wednesday, but many remain concerned about safety. Covid-19 cases in New York have been rising again and the colder weather season is also expected to result in coronavirus spikes. Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group is among the New York City-based companies reopening restaurants on Wednesday for indoor dining at 25% capacity. Many diners are concerned about the health risks they will be taking, but Meyer also is focused on keep restaurant employees safe. Before entering the restaurant, employees open Health Pass, verify their identity with a selfie, and then answer a series of health survey questions.cnbc.com
CLEAR Alert discontinued for missing 48-year-old man
BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas – UPDATE: A CLEAR issued for a missing man last seen in College Station was discontinued on Wednesday morning. ---(Original Story)The Brazos County Sheriff’s Office has issued a CLEAR Alert for a 48-year-old missing man last seen in College Station. The sheriff's office says it's looking for Brian Smith, who was last seen around 12:46 a.m. Tuesday in the 100 block of Oak Crest in College Station. Smith is 6 feet 1 inch tall, weighs 235 pounds, has brown hair, blue eyes and a black and gray beard. Anyone with information about Smith is asked to call the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office at 979-361-4900.