Information to our customers: COVID-19 update

As you know, the current situation calls for caution and vigilance. Also, we want to assure you that our team is hard at work and takes the essential hygiene measures to counter any spread. The safety of our customers and employees is, you can imagine, our priority.

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Following government recommendations, we have put in place preventive measures to prevent the spread of the virus among our employees and customers.

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Our hygiene measures

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We have deployed additional hygiene measures and implemented exceptional cleaning measures. We have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfection of all our public and work spaces.

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Here are a few examples without being limited to:

  • Wearing a mask or face cover is compulsory for all customers when traveling. of

  • We use cleaning and disinfection protocols, with the product Bioesque Solution Botanique Disinfectante, whose use against COVID-19 has been approved by Health Canada;

  • Disinfection protocol upon receipt of orders from our suppliers;

  • We use a Victory electrostatic sprayer several times a day in order to sterilize the places most affected by the hands (handles, touch screens, telephones, toilets, etc.), as well as after the departure of the customers on the table and on the chairs. used.

  • Contactless payments strongly suggested;

  • Contactless order pickup;

  • Social distancing between employees and customers;

  • Wearing of the procedural mask and mandatory eye protection by employees as mandated by the CNESST;

  • We made hand sanitizer available.

  • All clients with symptoms related to COVID-19 or who have been in contact with someone infected with the virus are not admitted to our establishment.

  • Customers from the same table must come from the same address.

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For the most recent information, refer to the site of the Government of Quebec and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or to the local health authorities.