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Coronavirus: A checklist for how hospitality and tourism businesses can reopen safely

Coronavirus: A checklist for how hospitality and tourism businesses can reopen safely
Dan Martin
Dan Martin
Freelance content creator & event host
Dan Martin Content & Events
 
 

Posted: Fri 19th Jun 2020

The Scottish government has published a checklist for how hospitality and tourism businesses can reopen safely as coronavirus lockdown measures are eased.

In Northern Ireland it has been confirmed restaurants, pubs, bars and visitor attractions can start welcoming customers again on 3 July, with the Welsh government saying trips to tourist attractions can begin on 6 July.

The UK government has said restaurants, pubs and bars can reopen in England on 4 July at the earliest but the exact date has not been revealed despite demands by concerned businesses.

A reopening date for hospitality and tourism businesses has also not been confirmed for Scotland.

The Scottish government's safety checklist is below and you can also download it here.

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Dan Martin
Dan Martin
Freelance content creator & event host
Dan Martin Content & Events
 
I'm a freelance content creator and event host who helps small businesses and the organisations that support them. I have 18 years of experience as a small business journalist having interviewed hundreds of entrepreneurs from billionaires like Sir Richard Branson to the founders behind brand new start-ups. I've worked for a range of leading small business publications and support groups, most recently as head of content at Enterprise Nation where I was responsible for the prolific output of content on the company's blog and social media. I'm based in Bristol where I run and host regular events with the local small business community and have strong connections to major business organisations in the south west region. In total, I've hosted over 50 events; from intimate meet-ups to conferences with an audience of hundreds including events for international brands like Facebook and Xero. I'm also a big fan of podcasts having hosted Enterprise Nation's Small Business Sessions as well as lots of online events including Facebook Live interviews, webinars and three live web chats from inside 10 Downing Street. With my partner, I co-run Lifestyle District, a lifestyle blog focused on culture, art, theatre and photography. I'm here to help. I'm volunteering free advice calls of up to an hour as part of the Recovery Advice for Business scheme, over the next 6 months. Please get in touch to see how I can help your business. 
 

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