"Well during busy times of the day we ask that they are washing their hands every 15 minutes and when it's normal like now we ask that they wash their hands every 30 minutes."
In addition to hand washing Ruby Tequila's also offered employees and customers hand sanitizer to keep away the germs.
"And then we just go through and wipe down everything and it's literally from ledges to fixtures, of course the tables being the most important, but that as well. And of course making sure that our silverware is sanitized also before its even wrapped and rolled."
Every inch of the restaurant was scrubbed to ensure a clean environment but it's not fool proof and sometimes the staff has to call in sick.
"Well we require that if an employee is calling in sick that they do go to the doctor. That is just part of our procedure. Of course a doctor will issue when they are able to return back to work and we follow that to a 'T'."
Server Victoria Johs took precautions at work and at home to make sure she didn't miss any shifts because she was sick.
"I take Vitamin C almost daily and we wash our hands before every shift, and after you go to the bathroom, and anything, you wipe down the tables and everything we can to prevent some sort of sickness."
With a healthy wait staff and cleaning standards that have to pass a health inspection, General Manager Thomas Tijerina said his kitchen is probably safer than your kitchen at home.
"You know at home you're probably not wearing gloves to serve the guest that you are having in your home and we are constantly wearing gloves, changing out our gloves, aprons, we take extra time and put extra procedures into keeping our kitchen incredibly clean and safe for our every day patrons."
A frightened dog was rescued on Sunday from a guardrail along a busy
highway. Animal Care Services said the pit bull-type dog was found
padlocked with a weighted chain to the guardrail on the I-10 access road
near West Avenue.
Students returned to class in Cleburne Monday, five days after a tornado
severely damaged two school buildings. Strong winds from the powerful
EF3 twister ripped away part of the roof at Gerard Elementary School.
Some of the children killed in the devastating tornado
that tore through Moore, Okla., were from Plaza Towers Elementary
School, which has gone from a search-and-rescue operation to a
body-recovery effort, officials said.