COVID-19: Restaurants can now use unemployed servers to deliver liquor

From Vancouver Sun, by Stephanie Ip. Photo: Chris Furlong/Getty Images

The B.C. government has relaxed licensing regulations to allow restaurants to use their unemployed servers to deliver liquor alongside meals during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Attorney General David Eby said the goal of the temporary changes was to reinforce social distancing orders and to help support restaurant industry workers during this time.

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