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our guests,” he said. “We have had queries and com­ments con­tin­u­ously on our so­cial me­dia and other com­mu­ni­ca­tion plat­forms (about the live mu­sic pack­age). 100 is a pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tion for per­sons seek­ing fine din­ing and whole­some en­ter­tain­ment. Sev­eral per­sons have ex­pressed a keen de­sire to pa­tro­n­ise our venue once again.”

Pre-COVID, 100 Live ses­sions saw per­for­mances from the likes of Agent Sasco, Tes­sel­lated, Frisco Kid, Louis Cul­ture, and Mr Lexx.

“Clearly, there is no set for­mula to re­open­ing the econ­omy, and so a phased open­ing is prob­a­bly the best way to go about it in or­der to gauge the im­pact. The econ­omy has suf­fered, a lot and it is time steps be taken to kick­start the econ­omy while tak­ing due pre­cau­tions,” Ra­mani said.

Angiel Shaw, group mar­ket­ing man­ager of the KLE Group Ltd, which op­er­ates UBTR, said pa­trons have been reach­ing out about a re­sump­tion date for the dine-in ex­pe­ri­ence, and live en­ter­tain­ment pack­age.

She said that her team is ini­ti­at­ing all the nec­es­sary pub­lic health and safety pro­to­cols for pa­trons and staff.

“There are sev­eral au­to­mated sani­ti­sa­tion sta­tions con­ve­niently lo­cated through­out the restau­rant. All staff mem­bers and pa­trons are re­quired to wear masks within the space and sani­tise upon en­try. We have signs within the space and the en­trance stat­ing our new poli­cies for pa­trons to be aware prior to en­ter­ing,” she said. “We have re­designed the seat­ing lay­out to con­form with the six-feet so­ciald­is­tanc­ing re­quire­ment for in­house din­ing. Ta­bles, chairs, and condi­ments will also be sani­tised af­ter each ta­ble has been cleared. It will be a long jour­ney back to full­ca­pac­ity din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment as we know it. Based on the re­open­ing pro­to­cols, events and restau­rant spa­ces are go­ing to be driven by small, in­ti­mate crowds, sup­ported by on­line pro­mo­tions, but we are ready.”

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