Columbus Restaurants Given Free Hand Sanitizer as They Anticipate Reopening
The restaurants were aided by the Ohio Restaurant Association
Restaurant owners lined up in Columbus Tuesday to pick up several gallons of hand sanitizer free of charge. The drive-through event was organized by the Ohio Restaurant Association and JobsOhio.
Kailash Chughwani owns Rollz Rice, a Polaris-area restaurant specializing in Indian cuisine. Chughwani said he plans to reopen the restaurant next week for takeout and delivery. Chughwani said he has struggled to find enough hand sanitizer.
“We were searching for this in a lot of places and we could not find it – at least in that quantity that we need for our guests when they come in for pick up and deliveries,” Chughwani said.
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