Coronavirus: What will open what won't open from 4th July?

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Pubs, restaurants, cinemas and hairdressers are among the venues which will be allowed to reopen in England from 4 July. More details are below:

  • Pubs, bars and restaurants but only with a table service indoors, and owners will be asked to keep contact details of customers to help with contact tracing

  • Hotels, holiday apartments, campsites and caravan parks but shared facilities must be cleaned properly

  • Theatres and music halls but they will not be allowed to hold live performances

  • In other changes weddings will be allowed to have 30 attendees, and places of worship will be allowed to hold services but singing will be banned

  • Hair salons and barbers will be able to reopen but must have protective measures, such as visors, in place

  • Libraries, community centres and bingo halls

  • Cinemas, museums and galleries

  • Funfairs, theme parks, adventure parks, amusement arcades, outdoor skating rinks and model villages

  • Indoor attractions where animals are exhibited, such as at zoos, aquariums, farms, safari parks and wildlife centres

Some other venues will remain closed by law, including nightclubs, casinos, indoor play areas, nail bars and beauty salons, swimming pools and indoor gyms.


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