Published: 15 October 2020 by Clare Eames
“As London and other parts of England including:
prepare to enter Tier 2 (high alert) – as a reminder the high alert level adds increased levels of restrictions currently imposed nationally.
Tier 2 prevents mixing between different households or bubbles indoors (and so including hospitality premises) with the rule of 6 to continue to apply outdoors, in public spaces and private gardens.
This inevitably has an impact on the hospitality industry and to assist further, please see here the recently issued FAQs by UK Hospitality BII and BBPA”
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