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Indoor venues to open as part of Roadmap

11 May 2021

The Prime Minister has confirmed that from 17th May (next Monday), the following indoor venues can reopen as England moves into Step 3 of the Roadmap:

  • Indoor areas of hospitality venues such as cafes, bars and restaurants. Similar to outdoors, table service will be required
  • Hotels, hostels, B&Bs and other holiday accommodation
  • Indoor entertainment and visitor attractions such as cinemas, snooker halls, theatres and more
  • Museums and galleries, soft play, trampolining parks, skating rinks etc
  • Indoor events and remaining outdoor events, such as elite sports, business events, cinemas and live performance events will also be permitted
  • Conference centres and exhibition halls will also be able to open for conferences, exhibitions, trade shows, and private dining and banqueting events

All businesses must still comply with social gathering limits and COVID-19 secure guidance including taking reasonable steps to limit the risk of transmission, completing a related risk assessment etc.

If you would like to discuss the above, please call 0191 205 8020 or email support@inspired-hr.co.uk.

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