The Caterer takes the Coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously. The epidemic and it's consequences including the steps taken to combat the virus has a serious impact on the hospitality sector. We try to collect all information and do what The Caterer does the best: provide guidance and shine light on ways how we can survive and emerge stronger at the end.
We are in this together.
Air bridges to be abandoned in favour of wider travel freedoms
The concept of air bridges to a select number of low-Covid-risk countries appears to have been abandoned by government in favour of wider international travel freedoms."
Hospitality businesses in Wales to be able to open outdoor spaces from 13 July
The hospitality sector in Wales will be able to reopen outdoor spaces from 13 July, if cases of coronavirus continue to fall.
Up to 460,000 jobs at risk if government doesn’t extend hospitality support to include suppliers
According to a UKHospitality survey, the lockdown impact on suppliers could mean up to 460,000 jobs at risk if the government does not extend hospitality support to include suppliers.
Come Together: virtual 'Hospitality Aid' concert open for auditions
Chris Fletcher and Kieron Bailey of EXP101 are inviting hospitality workers to audition for a live, virtual concert to raise money for the Action Against Hunger charity."
Inside track: Robin Hutson finds a silver lining in the renewed focus on hospitality
If we can find positives, it’s that hospitality has been brought front of mind before the reopening.
UKHospitality calls for targeted financial support for operators affected by local lockdowns
Targeted financial support is needed for businesses who are unable to reopen on 4 July says UKHospitality, as Leicester operators are forced to put opening plans on hold.