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Scottish Government and vaccine passports

Scottish Government and vaccine passports

Scotland is set to introduce vaccine passports from 1 October 2021 for certain settings, including nightclubs; the Scottish government has outlined the criteria by which they will define nightclubs for vaccine passport use, and introduced a ‘grace period’.  People going to nightclubs and many other large events will need proof they have had two doses of the vaccine. ...

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Statutory registration research In Wales

Statutory registration research In Wales

The Welsh Government has commissioned Strategic Research & Insight (SRI), an independent Cardiff-based research agency to interview stakeholders to explore establishing a statutory registration or licensing scheme for holiday accommodation operators in Wales. SRI will be speaking to stakeholders in Welsh Government, local authorities and trade associations in Wales, as well as researching best practice...

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Scotland to move beyond level 0 on 9 August

Scotland to move beyond level 0 on 9 August

Yesterday (3 Aug 2021) Scotland’s First Minister confirmed that Scotland is to ‘move beyond level 0’, although ‘some protective measures will stay in place’. The legal requirement for physical distancing and limits on gatherings will be removed on 9 August when all venues across Scotland are able to re-open. Some protective measures will stay in...

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Test And Trace guidance updated for England

Test And Trace guidance updated for England

Test and Trace: The Test and Trace guidance has been updated in line with the move to Step 4 (England) including the removal of the requirement for businesses to display and use the NHS QR codes. Although it is no longer a legal requirement for venues to display an NHS QR code or request that...

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Government announcements on 19 July

Government announcements on 19 July

The government’s guidance reflecting the change to Step 4 in England – the so-called ‘Freedom Day’ – has been updated on the following subjects: How to stay safe and prevent the spread of coronavirus Maintaining records of staff, customers and visitors to support NHS test and trace Safer travel guidance for passengers who are walking,...

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Northern Ireland to relax restrictions from 26 July

Northern Ireland to relax restrictions from 26 July

Restrictions currently remain in place across Northern Ireland. The Executive has agreed several relaxations to restrictions, including: From 26 July (tbc): Up to 10 people from no more than 3 households allowed to meet in a private dwelling and stay overnight 15 people allowed to meet in a private garden End of household bubbles Legal requirement for...

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Step 3 posters

Step 3 posters

The Government has published posters that explain the main rules and restrictions associated with the move to Step 3 (England) on 17 May 2021. These posters are an excellent resource for making sure staff and customers are aware of the rules – they can also be added to websites or attached to booking confirmations so...

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Updated guidance for guest accommodation as Step 3 begins (England)

Updated guidance for guest accommodation as Step 3 begins (England)

The guidance for guest accommodation has been updated to take account of the recently announced changes to restrictions for Step 3 of the roadmap, which come into effect in England from 17 May 2021. You can access the ‘working safely’ guidance for guest accommodation here. The Cabinet Office’s COVID-19 Response – Spring 2021 document explains how the...

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