Hygiene will change after the Covid-19 pandemic the way security changed after the 9/11 terror attacks, says Anurag Katriar. He isn’t exaggerating either. Katriar, president of the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI), has a ringside view of this paradigm shift.

In a world with a highly contagious virus—one which has already infected over 2.5 million people globally—safety is a top priority. Everyone wants to know how safe the restaurant they’re eating at is, or how stringent their co-working place is about cleanliness. With literal life and death stakes, however, businesses will have to go the extra mile to convince patrons about their hygiene standards.


Pranav Balakrishnan

Pranav is one among the fresh graduates who joined from ACJ's Bloomberg programme. Pranav writes about mobility and electric vehicles. He also has keen interest in consumer electronics and telecom.

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