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    Michigan restaurants short-staffed, oppose masks

    The help wanted signs in the restaurant and hospitality industries have been around for months. Operators of these businesses have been struggling with a lack of workers.

    And a new survey from the Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association (MRLA) confirms it with 9 in 10 restaurants operators saying they do not have enough staff to meet consumer demand.

    The statewide survey included responses from Michigan restaurant and hotel operators. Nearly all banquet facilities and every hotel, according to the survey, does not have enough staff.

    It’s been more than a month since state health officials lifted COVID-19 restrictions. The MRLA conducted the survey Aug. 3-6 to determine the “challenges and opportunities” facing the industry.

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