Sales in pubs across the UK remained very slow in the first week of reopening indoors with a decline of 20% compared to the same period in 2019.
Nearly 95% of the pubs have reopened for indoor service but restrictions are still in place. Those include operating table service only with no standing drinking allowed, restricting the size of groups to six, enforcing social distancing, and ensuring face masks are worn other than when sat at a table inside or if outdoors.
The government has a tentative plan, depending on COVID caseloads, to remove the restrictions on June 21st.
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