By Tony Cabrera and Eileen Frere
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, an Orange County restaurant chain has begun checking customers temperatures as they walk through the door — and a fever might disqualify some.
Sichuan Impression in Tustin has been testing customers since the end of January. They posted a sign on the door warning customers.
The restaurant will be taking temperatures with an infrared thermometer. Because the device is infrared, it doesn’t have to touch the skin.
Those with a temperature above 99.9 degrees are denied service. Employees are also tested twice a day.
The restaurant encourages everyone to order takeout for now and even offers a 5% discount for the entire order.
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