The Government has published its latest detailed guidance to allow pubs, bars and restaurants in England to reopen from July 4.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at the details on what we can expect.
Face coverings for staff – but not clinical face masks and other PPE which are needed in hospitals.
Working from home – unlikely to be an option for most hospitality workers, but it should be encouraged where possible.
Guestbook – venues should keep a record of all their customers for 21 days in order to help the NHS trace any outbreaks.
Extra parking – more parking spaces and bike racks will help customers and staff avoid public transport.
Queues – these should be outside and protected from traffic.
Hand sanitiser – customers should be encouraged to clean their hands when coming into a venue.
Shift patterns – staff should ideally work with the same team members each time they come to work, to avoid unnecessary contact.
Live performances – drama, comedy and music in front of a live audience is not allowed.
Packed venues – even when it is possible to seat lots of people safely inside, it might be unsafe for them to travel to or enter the venue.
Self-service – diners should not be allowed to fetch their own cutlery, condiments or food.
Ketchup bottles – only disposable condiments should be used, or non-disposable condiment containers should be cleaned after each use.
Lots of waiters – tables should be served by the same person each time.
Toilet doors – customer toilets should be well ventilated, including “fixing doors open where appropriate”.
Loud music – people should not have to raise their voices, which can increase transmission.