On Monday, everyone who runs restaurants in England can breathe a sigh of relief. For the first time in several months, they are able to serve small groups inside the restaurant.
Food and drink can be served to up to six people or two families indoors starting Monday. In the past month, outdoor cafes have remained open, but the unusually cold spring weather has made many customers crave the heat.
On a good weather day, it’s okay to sit outside. After all, we are in the UK. Once it rains, TV director James Berridge says we should be inside by the fireplace and sipping beer.
Restrictions on hotels, theaters, sporting events and museums will also be eased on Monday. Probably the most welcome thing for the Brits to be is to relax recommendations for distance so that friends and family can embrace each other.
Two-thirds of them were vaccinated
Britain has been hit hard by the Coronavirus pandemic, and more than 128,000 people have died from the COVID-19 virus. This winter, it was, in particular, an additional infectious form of the Coronavirus that contributed to the high rates of infection and death. It is the same form that today constitutes most cases of the virus in Norway.
At its worst in January, the country recorded nearly 70,000 cases of coronavirus and 1,500 deaths per day. In recent days, the number has been around 2,000, and fewer than ten deaths. Effective grafting gets a lot of the credit for the fall. More than two-thirds of the country’s adult population has received a dose of the vaccine, and nearly 35 percent of them have received two doses.
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Many Britons praise the nation’s health service, the NHS, for effective vaccination. Good medical infrastructure and the swift purchase of vaccines by the government were key to the British. The UK bought millions of doses several months before the European Union took office.
“I don’t think it’s surprising that the United Kingdom and Israel, the two countries with probably the strongest primary health care service in the world, are the best performers in vaccination,” says health researcher Pesci Bird of the King’s Fund charity.
However, the opening of bars in the country is not a pain. Many people struggle to find enough employees. Generous redundancy rules and workers leaving the restaurant industry to find safer work have dramatically reduced the workforce in the industry. Employment agency Caterer.com says between 10 and 20 percent of those laid off from the food industry choose to find other work.
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Additionally, bars, restaurants and cafes have been hit hard by Brexit. A number of EU citizens have left the UK, a trend that has gained momentum during the pandemic. Before the pandemic, European Union citizens made up a fifth of the supply workforce. Chefs were particularly hard to come by, with many restaurant chains talking about foreigners who would like to work for them, but are not allowed to hire due to new rules on labor immigration.
Pub chain McMullen says they won’t have a problem opening up next week, but they’ll have bigger problems in June and July. Their plan is to hire 400 new people by July.
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