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Gov. Henry McMaster fully lifted restrictions on restaurants — and issued guidelines for limited capacity — in May, but restaurants across the state are facing tens of thousands of dollars or more in losses even after getting forgivable federal loans to meet payroll. Those costs have been exacerbated as many restaurants have temporarily closed again when employees test positive for the virus.

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As doors reopen, workers return and interact with the public, and the public interacts with each other, again. It’s a situation that indisputably creates a higher chance of coronavirus continuing to spread. For workers, it creates a crushing dilemma between returning to work or prioritizing their health — and that of the public at large.

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