Operators are being warned to check their insurance policies as, despite the Government making coronavirus a notifiable disease, many insurers may not have Covid-19 on their list as it is a new strain of the virus.
As the hospitality sector sees a drop in footfall and a wave of customers cancel bookings as a precaution against contracting coronavirus, trade body chief Kate Nicholls says customers are less likely to shun their local pub.
A national provider of office space is asking food outlets – including pubs – to “step up” and switch to delivering meals to staff across its buildings over the next few months during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Government has announced today (3 March) that up to one fifth of employees may be absent from work during the peak of the coronavirus outbreak – so what do you need to know about paying these staff members?
An Admiral Taverns pub hopes to get its ‘great community hub’ back on the right track around after its licence was suspended over complaints of disorder, antisocial behaviour and drug use on the premises.
Five pub staff members were last month (February) advised to “self-isolate” themselves after a customer – who was unaware they had contracted coronavirus – entered the premises. Should operators be concerned or are there steps they can take to eradicate...