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It Comes amid warnings that many companies will not survive under the current leadership, as the government is preparing to slightly more restrictions on 4. July.
Pubs, restaurants and hotels are among those to open in the hope.
pubs could order can be patrolled, and people are encouraged to take advantage of these apps, drinks,.
Downing Street said the government would update the country on The Social distancing rules in the next week.
It Comes as the coronavirus warning level was on Friday.
Under stage three, The Virus is "in General circulation" and it could be a "gradual easing of restrictions" - whereas level four-transfer was considered to be "high or is rising exponentially".
The Daily UK-the update is made available, which showed from the government on Friday, there were 173 coronavirus deaths recorded in the UK on 18 June, the sum 42,461.
His comments came as a series of measures reported in The Times show, as parts of the hospitality industry could look significantly lockdown is different in comparison to pre -.
The guide is developed, the Minister and the catering would like to encourage you player to order a drink through an app, instead of at The Bar , and patrols to enforce social distancing could also be expected, they say.
Meanwhile, tables in restaurants would not be pre-set, and the Room Service in the hotels would be left outside guests ' doors, the added paper.
The government has to relax under the pressure of the industry and its own members, the 2m-rule, with the impact on the British economy.
The UK government currently advises people to stay, to 2m (6ft 6in), apart from other, to avoid the spread of the coronavirus.
The 2m spacing has been implemented by all the Nations of the UK, with its own forces in excess of limitations.
German Chancellor Rishi Sunak told The Bbc earlier this month that he would like to see the rule relaxed to do when "safe and available", adding that the review will take evidence from scientists as well as economists.
Some of the bars, restaurants and pubs, which is to say, you will not be able to make a profit, if the 2m cable is still in force, when they open again. Tourism companies tens of thousands of job losses, unless the distance is shortened.
Kate Nicholls , chief executive of the industry body, UK hospitality, previously said that with a 2m rule, the point of sale would only be able to make about 30% of the normal revenue, while 1m would increase to 60-75%.
On Friday, the announced government that all pupils, in all year groups in England full-time to go Back To school in September.
The Prime Minister also.