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Almost 60% of Restaurants were Unable to Adapt to Quarantine
2.06.2020 16:35
Almost 60% of Restaurants were Unable to Adapt to Quarantine

About 57% of catering establishments could not adapt to the restrictions regime and start the take-away or delivery format, Kommersant reports citing data from the developer of Poster cafes and restaurants automation solutions.

      At the beginning of the introduction of restrictions (a week from March 30 to April 5) 71% of the company's customers closed, but some of them were able to continue working. At the end of last week, 43% of establishments were opened. Nevertheless, industry turnover is not more than 33% of pre-crisis indicators.

      Bars suffered the most from the current situation: their revenue over the last three weeks of May fell by 47% compared with the same period in March. Restaurants of the middle price segment lost 46% of the turnover, burger restaurants - 36%, and pizzerias - 33%.

      General Director of Infoline Analytics Mikhail Burmistrov believes that no more than 38% of catering establishments in the country are currently working on delivery, and their revenue cannot exceed 30% of last year's level.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Moscow restaurants Russian business coronavirus  

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