A bleak end to the year for businesses as restrictions return
The light at the end of the tunnel for hotels, restaurants and pubs is the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines in 2021
As the country braces itself for further Covid-19 restrictions on December 30, spare a thought for the businesses that are going to bear the brunt of it.
It has a been a terrible year for restaurants, gastro pubs and hotels, which have suffered long lockdowns and repeated openings and closings. It has been an even worse year for owners of “wet pubs” who have had to remain closed for almost the entire year.
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