MA’s review of the week

Consumers will have a difficult time deciphering the purpose of face masks

By Ed Bedington

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The Morning Advertiser's (MA) editor Ed Bedington catches up with The Alchemist’s Simon Potts to discuss what’s grabbed his attention from the week’s headlines.

Further reading:

  • Face coverings 'right thing to do'​ - Publicans have shared their experiences with face masks at their sites, reporting positive reactions from customers and staff.
  • Government ‘not mandating face masks in pubs’​ - Face masks will not be made compulsory in pubs, environment secretary George Eustice has confirmed​.
  • Registration for Eat Out to Help Out Scheme now live​ - Operators can now register their pubs on the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme with the website available from Monday 13 July​.
  • Majority of customers feel safe returning to pubs​ - Almost all (99%) customers said they felt safe visiting a pub while 98% felt comfortable about returning to one in the future, a new survey has found​.
  • What is the Government's guidance for post-lockdown pubs?​ - Risk assessments, customer and employee safety, and how to manage toilets are three of the points made in the Government’s guidelines on how pubs can reopen on 4 July​.
  • What do post-lockdown pubs need to know about cleaning and PPE?​ - What does the Government's guidance for the post-lockdown hospitality sector tell pub and bar operators about personal protective equipment (PPE) and cleaning routines?
  • Kerridge slams ‘disgraceful’ no shows​ - Celebrity chef and pub operator Tom Kerridge has hit out at customers who failed to show at his London venue​.
  • Pub boss slams 'damaging and heartless' no shows​ - The head of a city-based pub group was left feeling “incredulous” following a number of no-show bookings on the first weekend of trading after the Covid-19 shutdown.

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