Make sure everyone is social distancing. Make it easy for everyone to do so by putting up signs or introducing a one-way system that your customers can follow. Enable people in the same party who do not live together to remain a safe distance apart.
Increase ventilation by keeping doors and windows open where possible and running ventilation systems at all times.
Turn people with coronavirus symptoms away. If a staff member (or someone in their household) or a customer has a persistent cough, a high temperature or has lost their sense of taste or smell, they should be isolating.
Meeting others safely during coronavirus (COVID-19)
This new guidance provides details on social distancing, seeing friends and family and rules in other venues, it also outlines more details on the exemptions, including:
Weddings, civil partnerships and funerals (up to 30 can attend)
Education and training
Work or voluntary/charitable services
Some organised indoor and outdoor sports, physical activity and exercise classes
Elite sporting competitions
Youth groups or activities
The guidance also clarifies that COVID secure venues can continue to host people up to their social distancing capacity but that no one can visit in a group of more than 6 (except for the exemptions and where the household (including bubble) is greater than 6).
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