Birmingham news Pubs without beer gardens can still reopen from April 12 under loophole PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Rules will allow venues without outdoor areas to serve takeaway pints until they can fully reopen in May
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Pubs WITHOUT beer gardens can still reopen from April 12, according to lockdown legislation. Rules will allow venues without outdoor areas to serve takeaway pints until they can fully reopen in May. And pubs can utilise "any" outdoor space - not just beer gardens - to serve punters, according to lockdown roadmap rules. They can be served in any outdoor area, such as a car park, according to reports. April 12 will bring with it the second step in the lockdown roadmap, with non-essential retail reopening next Monday. Alongside key high street shops like Primark, Zara, H&M and John Lewis, the hospitality sector will also be allowed to reopen.
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. But indoor hospitality and entertainment venues and the rest of the accommodation sector will not be able to open their doors until at least May 17. Boris Johnson is expected to on Monday set out plans to develop a "Covid status certification" scheme to enable the safe return of mass gatherings and indoor events as lockdown restrictions ease in England. Officials are planning a series of trial events over the coming months as they look to find a way for venues such as football grounds and nightclubs to reopen without the need for social distancing.
Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said: "I know we all look forward to seeing our pubs, cafes and restaurants open their doors again and I'm determined to give them a helping hand to get back on their feet and their staff back to work safely. "That's why we are introducing changes to make it quicker, easier and cheaper for them to set up outdoor seating and street stalls to serve food and drink."
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