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By M&C Report team2011-06-07T07:02:00+01:00
Proposals to give pubs the power to deny customers access based on vaccine passports have been described as a “unworkable” by UKHospitality.
Loungers chairman Alex Reilley is hopeful that with falling infection numbers, there will be growing calls for an acceleration of the reopening roadmap.
“I don’t foresee good quality managed houses becoming available any time in the near future,” Kris Gumbrell, chief executive, Brewhouse & Kitchen told listeners to MCA’s The Conversation.
Outside structures have emerged as the new flashpoint with local authorities, as operators seek to make the most of al fresco trading, Kate Nicholls has said.
Pub staff will be asked to check drinkers’ phones to prove that they registered with the NHS Test and Trace app, when hospitality venues reopen on Monday (12 April), the Telegraph has reported.
Operators have been urged to provide evidence about their experience as commercial tenants during lockdown, as the government seeks a “carefully managed exit” from business protections.
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