A Montreal Restaurant Says It'll Do Takeout & Delivery Only To 'Respect Clients' Privacy'
"It is the only decision we can make to show we respect ALL our clients' privacy."
Montreal restaurant Le Petit Vibe announced in a message posted to social media on Wednesday that it's doing takeout and delivery only as Quebec's vaccine passport enters into force.
"We have decided to close our dining room until further notice," the message reads.
The restaurant said it made the decision "to show that we respect ALL our clients' privacy, values and most importantly human rights and freedom."
MTL Blog has reached out to Le Petit Vibe for comment. We'll update this article when we receive a response.
As of September 1, a vaccine passport is required for entry into many businesses deemed non-essential, including restaurants and bars.
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