Yes, pest control is required for restaurants by the health department. In addition, restaurants are inspected regularly to ensure that they comply with health and safety regulations, including those related to pests.
Restaurants that do not take measures to prevent and control pests can face fines and even closure. In addition, pests pose a serious threat to public health, as they can spread diseases such as Salmonella and E. coli. Therefore, restaurants must take steps to protect their customers from these dangers.
There are various measures that restaurants can take to prevent and control pests, including using pest-control products, having good sanitation practices, and sealing up cracks and crevices where pests can enter the premises.