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Popular Etobicoke bakery closing its eating area after COVID-19 declared a pandemic

Popular Etobicoke bakery closing its eating area after COVID-19 declared a pandemic

Popular Etobicoke bakery closing its eating area after COVID-19 declared a pandemic

This past month, COVID-19 has been a topic of great concern to say the least. One popular bakery in Etobicoke, SanRemo, has decided to take their own precautionary measures so the business can still provide for their loyal customers while creating a safer atmosphere. They have closed their eating area and have moved all their products that are usually accessible to customers to an area where only employees can serve these items to customers behind a barrier. This will be in place until further notice.

Canadians are trying to figure out how to react to continuous COVID-19 updates and are trying to keep themselves safe, while preparing for worst-case scenarios. Since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, organizations and institutions are taking appropriate safety measures. From universities right down to small businesses and restaurant owners, there are actions being taken to increase public safety.

San Remo

SanRemo

SanRemo is a popular Italian bakery in Etobicoke that has been serving the most delicious Italian pastries at their Royal York Road location for over 40 years. From breads to cakes, doughnuts to cannolis, customers come from far and wide for a taste of these Italian treats. The bakery is doing its best to maintain operations.

Like most business and restaurant owners in Toronto, SanRemo staff listen to the news and assess the situation on a day by day basis. They are working hard to keep their customers and staff safe and happy. The entire country and the globe are working together during this difficult time. While it is necessary to continue to support small businesses, it is still recommended to stay at home if you don't feel well. It is important to practice appropriate hand sanitization by regularly and thoroughly cleaning hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water. 

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Toronto Coronavirus Closures

Etobicoke Bakery

SanRemo Bakery

Popular Etobicoke bakery closing its eating area after COVID-19 declared a pandemic

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Popular Etobicoke bakery closing its eating area after COVID-19 declared a pandemic

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This past month, COVID-19 has been a topic of great concern to say the least. One popular bakery in Etobicoke, SanRemo, has decided to take their own precautionary measures so the business can still provide for their loyal customers while creating a safer atmosphere. They have closed their eating area and have moved all their products that are usually accessible to customers to an area where only employees can serve these items to customers behind a barrier. This will be in place until further notice.

Canadians are trying to figure out how to react to continuous COVID-19 updates and are trying to keep themselves safe, while preparing for worst-case scenarios. Since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, organizations and institutions are taking appropriate safety measures. From universities right down to small businesses and restaurant owners, there are actions being taken to increase public safety.

San Remo

SanRemo

SanRemo is a popular Italian bakery in Etobicoke that has been serving the most delicious Italian pastries at their Royal York Road location for over 40 years. From breads to cakes, doughnuts to cannolis, customers come from far and wide for a taste of these Italian treats. The bakery is doing its best to maintain operations.

Like most business and restaurant owners in Toronto, SanRemo staff listen to the news and assess the situation on a day by day basis. They are working hard to keep their customers and staff safe and happy. The entire country and the globe are working together during this difficult time. While it is necessary to continue to support small businesses, it is still recommended to stay at home if you don't feel well. It is important to practice appropriate hand sanitization by regularly and thoroughly cleaning hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water. 

Tags:

Toronto Coronavirus Closures

Etobicoke Bakery

SanRemo Bakery