Advice to restaurants, pubs and takeaways during COVID-19

Currently, cafes, restaurants, pubs and other food premises must remain closed , other than to operate a takeaway or delivery service. Businesses must close any seating areas provided inside and outside of the premises ( eg including beer gardens, outdoor tables and chairs etc)

The restrictions on business closure are regularly reviewed by the Government. You can keep up to date with current guidance on business closures at the following link on GOV.UK

The Food Standards Agency have produced advice for food businesses who are preparing to reopen. This covers advice specific to food hygiene issues and government social distancing advice.

Guidance for restaurants, pubs, bars and take away services on working safely during COVID-19 can be found on GOV.UK

From the 4th July 2020 additional businesses and venues, including restaurants, pubs, cinemas, visitor attractions, hotels, and campsites will be able to open as long as they adhere to the Government guidance regarding keeping staff and customers safe - full details of the changes from the 4th July can be found on GOV.UK .

There is a poster to display in your workplace to show you have followed the guidance, please download and display it in your premises.

 

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