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Masks and social distancing will be scrapped in pubs and restaurants from July 19, Boris Johnson has announced, if the roadmap out of lockdown comes to an end on that date. In a press conference on Monday July 5, the Prime Minister detailed what life will look like once restrictions have been lifted, but stressed that although the country is on track there is no guarantee this will happen.
A final decision will be made on July If Step Four is taken on July 19, the legal requirement for pubs and restaurants to offer table service or enforce ordering via app will end, allowing Britons to queue at the bar for a pint or glass of wine for the first time in months. Customers will also be able to sit at tables of more than six, and masks will not be compulsory indoors. Meanwhile pub-goers will be allowed to stand and cheer for the football — or sing karaoke — without breaching the regulations.
Punters will also no longer have to register on the NHS Test and Trace app on arrival, although venues may ask their customers to do so anyway. Here is all you need to know about the current rules at pubs and restaurants in England, and what will change Real post drinks tonight July Pubs and restaurants that offer indoor dining must do so with table service only; customers are not be able to order from the bar. Drinkers and diners must comply with Test and Trace rules, with all members of each group registering their attendance on the NHS Covid app by scanning a QR code.
Six people or two households are able to mix inside at hospitality venues, and up to 30 people can meet outdoors. After July 19if restrictions are lifted, ordering direct from the bar will be back on the cards, groups of more than six will be permitted inside, and the limit of 30 outdoors will be lifted.
Pubs and restaurants are expected to be asked to fill out Covid risk assessments, which may involve extra sanitation or one-way systems, but they will no longer be a legal requirement. Customers will not be required to wear face masks indoors, but have been urged to use common sense in busy, enclosed environments that might require them. No, in both cases. The 10pm curfew that was introduced across the hospitality industry in was scrapped when venues reopened.
The so-called Scotch egg rule has also been ditched; there is no requirement for customers to order a substantial meal with their drink. This came as a relief to MPs as well as customers, after ministers caused confusion over what constituted a "substantial" meal.
The end of restrictions on the of people who can sit together in pubs will be a boon to the industry, which has struggled to break even with capacity limits. The removal of the one-metre rule between customers will also allow for greater s indoors and allow businesses to return to pre-Covid levels of service.
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Face masks must be worn indoors when not eating or drinking at a table. Is there still a 10pm curfew and substantial meal rule?
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