Pubs are to open with a hush rather than a bang with no raised voices, no loud music and a cap on numbers – and even stricter restrictions than expected. They are among a range of safeguards that also include a requirement that pubs, restaurants, cafes and even takeaways to collect the names and contact details of customers. Pubs are concerned this will be difficult, costly and bureaucratic – and that the measures as a whole will deter customers. And publicans are not the only businesses struggling to meet the new requirements ahead of the July 4 day of freedom. Hotels, hostels, B&Bs and other parts of the hospitality industry are also struggling to ensure they are ‘Covid-secure’ ahead of July 4. Theme parks have also been told to ensure visitors don’t ‘unnecessarily raise their voices’ while imposing strictly distanced queues. And hairdressers have also been told to keep their clients’ details for 21 days, while also providing disposable PPE for customers. So what are the challenges that each sector faces? Pubs and Restaurants Under the new rules, groups of friends will not be allowed to sit together in pubs and restaurants with only people from a maximum of two… Read full this story
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