Understaffed restaurants turning to robots

Businesses are struggling to fill positions as the hospitality industry rebounds. ABC News’ Megan Tevrizian has more.
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Many business this say they're having a tough time hiring workers as they rebound from the pandemic some restaurants are now using robots to serve customers. Here's ABC's Megan to have resilient. This morning at restaurants across the country are struggling to keep up with demand business is starting to boom. But higher marine is not. In South Florida where the hospitality industry is rebounding to pre. It was just interesting to see. That there was a slow demand folks willing to come back. The reluctance impacting restaurants nationwide. Restrictions listening across the country Atlantans are getting back seem controlling will go out again and restaurants aren't in a safe again with. Potentially. The part of that big stake in years. Experts say stimulus checks in unemployment benefits are discouraging people to return to work. I have never laid off and and and the mood there industries other workers aren't quite the income back to the workplace. The hotel industry also struggling in the reality years hotels are labor intensive. In cities and their four. Up stepping and ripping up for the and new found. The man has been shocked. Staffing shortages have forced businesses to get creatives who are. This restaurant is using robots three of them to fill in the gaps but we've been. Strickland on me decide adds that he's very little red box and India lives. Scott robots peanut Beavis and Butthead helped lead guests sit tables and even seeing happy birthday to them. I. Another issue could treat sat insurance is for minimum we eat we capacity restrictions workers or any fewer. So they shifted to better meet shops. I'm. I'd think yeah.

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