British traditional social pub measures, business reopened after 3 months 6:30 July 5
In the UK, the infection of the new coronavirus is calming down, and the pub business, which is also known as a traditional social gathering, has been restarted for the first time in about three months. I was enjoying
In the United Kingdom, restaurants such as pubs were closed from late March this year, but it is said that the infection is calming down, and it resumed operations in England, which is the capital London, on the 4th.
Guests came to the pub near London early in the afternoon to enjoy beer and conversations with friends, keeping their distance.
In this pub, we took measures to keep the store one-way, open the tables one meter apart, and introduced an online ordering system.
In addition, we confirm the telephone number of the customer so that we can contact the person who contacted us if an infected person is confirmed.
People who visited said, "I'm happy to be back in town. There is no way to keep the distance," or "The pub is important because it is a place for local exchanges."
"I'm prepared, I think customers will come back," said pub co-owner Andrew Meredith.
However, in Leicester in central England, the infection spread again, and the restart of restaurants such as pubs was postponed, and restrictions were strengthened.
"We want to ensure the safety of our customers and staff and protect our pub business in the UK," said Emma McClarkin, chairman of the pub industry group.
Pub's industry group "How to achieve both infection control and management"
Emma McClarkin, chairman of the British pub industry group, pointed out that the biggest challenge for the future is how to balance infection control and management.
Chairman McClarkin said, "If you place a sufficient distance in the store to line up the tables, you will not be able to make a profit, so some stores will not be able to resume business."
There are about 47,000 pubs in the UK, but depending on the future situation, in the worst case, about 25% may be closed.
"Many people are looking forward to reopening the pub, but others are worried about the infection. We must continue to work with government guidance to ensure the safety of our customers and shop assistants," said McLakin. I was talking."