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Updated Government Guidelines
Have you downloaded the NHS Test & Trace App?
If not, DO IT NOW.
In support of the NHS Test & Trace regime, when you arrive to the pub, you’ll be asked to check in via the QR code provided. This service will help identify, contain & control Coronavirus, reduce the spread of the virus and save lives. Anyone that tests positive for Coronavirus, will be contacted by NHS Test & Trace and will need to share information about their recent interactions. All information you provide to the NHS Test & Trace service is confidential. No one who is contacted will be told your identity. Anyone you’ve been in contact with will be told to self-isolate for 14 days.
If you don't have the app or a smart phone, you will have to fill out a form provided by a member of staff.

From Thursday September 24th, Pubs, Bars & Restaurants must operate with table service only. Staff & customers must wear face coverings indoors unless they're at the table to eat or drink. This means if customers are moving around the marquee, using the bathroom or paying the bill, you must wear a face mask.

What is the ‘Rule of Six’?
The Rule of Six stipulates that no more than six people from 6 different households can meet in a group, both indoors & outdoors. Meeting more than 6 people in a group is now against the law and fines will be issued for people that are caught. This also means that you cannot mingle with other
groups. You must stay in your group of six.

Hands. Face. Space.
The ‘Hands. Face. Space’ public information campaign urges the public to continue to wash their hands, cover their face and make space to control infection rates and avoid a second peak.

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