By Edward G. Griffin | 14 May 2020
NEED TO KNOW/GATEWAY PUNDIT — Restaurants in Washington state must keep a log of each dine-in customer to facilitate contact tracing. The log must be maintained for 30 days and must include each customer’s telephone number and email address, and what time they came in to eat. It is presumed that when an person comes near a tracked Covid carrier, they will be forced into quarantine until they test negative.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the city of New Orleans are reportedly creating a “new normal” by forcing bars and restaurants to collect customers’ names and contact information in order to reopen their businesses for customers who dine inside. In Austin, Texas, restaurants will track customers personal information and note exactly when they ate, where they ate, and which employees served them. In order to reopen, Kansas City, Missouri is demanding that businesses record the names, contact information, and approximate entry/exit time of customers who spend more than 10 minutes in establishments such as a churches, salons and restaurants.
Restaurants and businesses will become de facto government spies, keeping personal information of customers for thirty days. […]