Ryan Tatsumoto
Hawai‘i Herald Columnist

Remember the movie “Home Alone?” In the current surreal drama of COVID-19, I feel like Macaulay Culkin grasping his cheeks with his eyes and mouth wide open. Though staying at home and avoiding any crowd is the only way to “flatten the curve,” we still need to eat to maintain our immune systems and physical and mental health. So what are we to do now that restaurants have shut down their dine-in services?

Take-Out Service

Many restaurants are turning to take-out and delivery to survive. You may be thinking that though you aren’t exposed to hordes of other diners, the chef could still pass the coronavirus to you. True, but chefs and cooks aren’t exposed to diners like the waitstaff are.

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