Pubs, bars and restaurants: how will new rules in England, Scotland and Wales affect you?

Pubs, bars and restaurants in England and Wales will have to shut by 10pm from Thursday under new restrictions to halt a rise in coronavirus cases. Scotland will introduce the 10pm curfew on Friday.

Other measures to be introduced include table service only offered in pubs and the ‘rule of six’ and social distancing must be enforced.

The hospitality industry has been hit hard by coronavirus and there are concerns that new restrictions may further affect the sector. If you own or are employed in a pub, bar or restaurant or another area of hospitality, we’d like to find out what impact the pandemic has had on your work and how you feel about the new rules.

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