The shop has a specially-designed ordering system that allows people to place orders without saying a word.
Leading coffee chain Starbucks has opened a "silent cafe" in the Chinese city of Guangzhou, where about half of the staff are hearing impaired, as part of an initiative to support the employment of disabled people.
"This might be the quietest Starbucks of over 3,800 shops on the Chinese mainland," Xinhua news agency quoted Leo Tsoi, chief operating officer of Starbucks China, as saying.
Fourteen of the 30 staff at the outlet, located in Yuexiu district and officially opened over the weekend, are hearing impaired.
Uber are considering establishing a fund to pay workers who are either sickened or quarantined by the disease caused by the coronavirus.
This crispy beef stir-fry comes together in minutes. It only requires shallow frying and you can easily find the ingredients in a grocery store. Substitute tamari for the soy sauce and it’s also gluten-free. Add a cup of steamed broccoli florets for texture and colour.
Businesses have been feeling the pinch, with the city ordering restaurants, cinemas and other venues to close until further notice. Banquets and other gatherings have also been prohibited.
In New South Wales, adoptions and foster inquiries have risen 300 per cent, Steve Coleman, the chief executive of animal welfare charity RSPCA NSW, said.
“We apologise if some of the tips we shared were inappropriate and touched on the sensitivities of some parties,” the ministry’s women development department said in a statement.
The animals, who normally roam free on a nearby headland jutting out into the Irish Sea, have instead wandered into Llandudno where they have spent the past three days feasting on garden hedges and flowers.