The Coco Melón and Diegus cafeterias, of the Poblado headquarters, and the Beatriz cafeteria, of the IPS CES Sabaneta, hope that the pilot of reopening of these establishments at the CES University, which began on August 31, 2020, will allow them to qualify under the biosafety protocols completely their services and recover the profits that they lost during the closing period.
“The cafeterias will be open from Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The reopening of the other shops will be done gradually according to the experience we have”, Stated Sandra Milena Valencia Vélez, administrative coordinator of the Administrative and Financial Directorate of the University.
For example, Andrés Agudelo Restrepo, administrator of the Diegus cafeteria, located on the first floor of block C in the Poblado headquarters, with 32 years at the University, expressed that they want customers who attend to know that they can already buy in these establishments safely and contribute to the normalization of activities.
“Although we do not expect profit, we do want people to get used to our presence again. The provision of the service is done if the client comes with a mask, no more than two people can be seated per table, nor is it allowed to move the chairs or tables from the place where they are "Andrés explained.
Antonio José Angulo Toro, administrator of the Coco Melón cafeteria, located on the 10th floor of block B, with five years at the University, said that they hope that little by little more administrative personnel and students will begin to return.
“We have the expectations of starting and taking the path of good care and good service as we had before. Those who want to visit us should wash their hands at the entrance, wear a mask and keep due distance at the time of purchase. On the part of my staff we have that very clear and we comply with it”, Expressed Antonio
The administrator added that they want their customers to express to them which are the products they most want to see in coffee shops, to prevent them from bringing them from outside, and they can be offered in these establishments.