Given Where We Are Today … With The Delta Variant , We Will Maintain Existing Travel Restrictions At This Point For A Few Reasons, Psaki Said At A Press Briefing In Late July .  The U.s.

There was hope the pandemic by summer’s end would be mostly a bad memory. Then the Delta variant surge hit and BottleRock took place in the midst of it. Festival organizers required spectators to show proof of either vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within the past three days. Quality journalism doesn't happen without your help. Subscribe today! Support local news coverage and the people who report it by subscribing to the Napa Valley Register. Special offer: $1 for your first 6 months! "The protocols that the festival's producers developed in collaboration with Public Health proved extremely effective," said Dr. Karen Relucio, county public health officer, on Friday. Total local COVID-19 cases decreased 28% for the 14 days after BottleRock when compared to the 14 days before the festival, she said. This past week brought a downward trend. New COVID-19 cases in Napa County from Sept. 17 to Sept. 23 dropped 35%, to 161.  That compares to 324 new cases for the week of Aug. 13 to Aug. 19 , the peak of the summer surge. "Napa County’s case rate is currently below the state average, which is a credit to our high vaccination rate and the effectiveness of additional measures, such as mask-wearing and frequent testing," Relucio said. Still, she wants people to keep their guard up.  Despite the falling numbers, the county remains in the "high" transmission tier as established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Unlike brick-and-mortar stores, cloud kitchens don’t have a dine-in facility. They <a href=the original source take orders via apps -- in-house or Zomato or Swiggy -- and operate single or multiple food brands' align='left' /> Hence, the scope to expand this segment is huge. As per RedSeer Management Consulting, the domestic cloud kitchens market is expected to grow from $400 million in 2019 to $2 billion by 2024. Cloud kitchens are leading from the front to bring about this change. But what exactly are cloud kitchens? Unlike brick-and-mortar stores, cloud kitchens don’t have a dine-in facility. They take orders via apps -- in-house or Zomato or Swiggy -- and operate single or multiple food brands. Also read: No new tax but Swiggy, Zomato to now collect, pay GST instead of restaurants: Sitharaman In a conference by NRAI (National Restaurant Association of India), an industry body with over 5 lakh members, the general belief of the panellists was that Covid-19 is a watershed event for the food services industry. “Everybody had predicted the food services industry will die. But here we are, resilient as ever. Every restaurant out there has started taking delivery a lot more seriously. Most dine-in restaurants oscillated between 5 and 10 per cent of their total business coming from delivery. Everybody, in the last 5-6 quarters, has tripled that amount. Delivery forms a larger percentage of their business,” said Riyaaz Amlani, CEO and Managing Director of Impresario Handmade Restaurants. Restaurateur Kabir Suri, NRAI President, said that prior to Covid-19, delivery as a business was 5-6 per cent of the total revenues. “We believe that delivery as a business in our total revenue stream has become 40 per cent. We have managed to sustain that even with unlocking and restaurants opening up, we are pushing the pedal on both [dine-in and delivery],” he said, adding that his company Azure Hospitality has already opened 10 cloud kitchens, and is in the process of opening 10-15 more in FY22. Suri says the biggest mistake that cloud kitchens do is to operate 6-7 brands from one asset (cloud kitchen). “When there are 10 different cuisines in one kitchen, the manpower has to be trained specifically. The equipment used for one cuisine might not work for the other.

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And even as European countries  eased travel restrictions on U.S. travelers in the early summer months, the United States' travel ban held fast.  In mid-July, as the country was under mounting pressure from European capitals and travel industry leaders to lift the travel ban, President Joe Biden said his response team was reviewing the travel restrictions and suggested changes would be announced in the coming days. White House press secretary Jen Psaki noted later that month that there were  "ongoing working groups"  focused on how to reopen international travel into the U.S. ► International travel bans: How COVID-19 travel restrictions have impacted families and couples But as COVID-19 cases began to spike once again, the administration pivoted and announced that travel restrictions would remain in place. "Given where we are today … with the delta variant , we will maintain existing travel restrictions at this point for a few reasons," Psaki said at a press briefing in late July .  The U.S. has already reported more COVID-19 deaths in September than in all of August, with deaths now averaging nearly 2,000 per day, according to USA TODAY analysis of Johns Hopkins data . In recent months, countries in the U.S. travel ban – including Italy, France, Spain and Sweden – have tightened entry requirements for travelers from the U.S. due to rising COVID-19 cases. Quarantine mandates, vaccine requirements and outright bans are some of the restrictions international U.S. travelers now face .   Critics and health experts have also questioned the effectiveness of the travel bans, especially after the U.S.

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