The homes of many of Australia’s top cafe owners will reopen to their customers after a power outage caused by the coronavirus.
The cafes have been closed for several weeks due to the coronave virus, but some owners said they would reopen to customers.
The cafe owners of Melbourne’s Norma’s Cafe said the cafe will be open in a “normal, normal time.”
The cafe has been open for about three months.
Cottages have reopened to the public in Melbourne after a coronavovirus power outage.
The owners said the shutdown had affected about a third of the businesses.
The Victorian Department of Emergency Management said it had shut down power to about 1,200 of the cafes that have been in business for more than a decade.
In the past, the shutdown has caused disruption to services at cafes and restaurants.
The Victoria Government said it is taking the matter seriously.
“The Commonwealth of Australia is committed to providing services to its people in a safe, healthy and effective way, and to ensuring that the Commonwealth is the best possible place to live, work and play,” a spokesman said.
In a statement on Monday, Norma said it was taking all measures to ensure the safety of its customers and staff, and was working closely with local government and the Commonwealth to ensure a smooth restoration.
Norma said a total of 7,500 customers had signed up to get in on the action.
A spokesperson for Norma confirmed that a small percentage of the business would be open to customers for the rest of the day on Monday.
The owners of the Sydney cafe said the closures had not affected its normal business operations.
“We will reopen as normal,” Norma cafe owner Michael Farr said.
“There is a small number of people that are out there that are very ill.
We are trying to get them to come back in to get some food.”
But we are doing everything that we can to help them.
We are really hoping that they come back and stay until the end.
“A spokeswoman for the NSW Department of Health said it would also be working with Norma to find a solution to reopen the cafe.”
Our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our patients, staff and customers, and we have taken every possible measure to minimise disruption,” a spokeswoman said.