Are the employees at your neighborhood restaurant wearing masks? Is your grocery store vigilant about keeping customers 6 feet apart?
Now you can pass along feedback — both positive and negative — via Yelp to clue in prospective customers, just as you might offer commentary on the helpfulness of the store’s staff or the quality of the takeout meal you ordered.
In a blog post Tuesday, the San Francisco-based review website announced that it will start displaying crowdsourced feedback on whether customers “observed, or did not observe, the enforcement of social distancing and staff wearing masks.”
It’s part of an effort to instill consumer confidence, so Yelp is requiring plenty of others to agree on your assessment.