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.
Enterprise Nation has resources and case studies to help small businesses of all types reopen and trade successfully during the coronavirus pandemic: