- Great Britain: Office for Standards in Education Handbook For Inspecting Secondary SchoolsBinding : Taschenbuch, Edition : Revised, Label : Stationery Office Books, Publisher : Stationery Office Books, NumberOfItems : 3, medium : Taschenbuch, numberOfPages : 205, publicationDate : 1999-12-10, releaseDate : 1999-12-10, authors : Great Britain : Office for Standards in Education, ISBN : 0113501102
Now that more than 8 in 10 vulnerable people (over 65s and at-risk patients younger than 65) have received at least one injection and we are well below the proposed threshold of 500 beds in intensive care, dozens of relaxations will come into effect on Wednesday 9 June. We briefly list them.
– Horeca: The closing time for the catering industry is harmonised. Cafes and restaurants are allowed both indoors and outdoors from 5 a.m. to 11.30 p.m. Customers must be seated, tables must be at least 1.5 meters apart and you can sit at a table with a maximum of four. Children up to the age of 12 are not included. If you belong to the same household, you can sit at one table with more than one. Terraces must be completely open on at least one side and CO2 meters are mandatory inside. This also applies to banquet halls and fitness centers. The guideline standard for air quality is 900 ppm (parts per million) of CO2. The operator must take compensatory measures between 900 and 1,200 ppm. Above 1,200 ppm, the case must be closed immediately. Takeaway food and drinks can be offered and delivered until 23:30 at the latest. The use of hookahs in groups is prohibited in shisha bars, but individual use is allowed.
– Culture and relaxation: Cinemas, bowling alleys, casinos and betting shops will reopen with ventilation protocols and a maximum occupancy of 75 percent of capacity or 200 people. Indoor activities in nature parks, zoos, amusement parks, indoor playgrounds, indoor recreation and tropical swimming pools are also possible again, with respect for the corona measures. Markets, annual fairs, fairs, flea markets and flea markets and fairs may take place, provided the local government gives permission. At the market or fair there are separate entrances and exits, one-way traffic applies and owners must wear a mouth mask. Social distancing must be respected and groups may have a maximum of four people – not including children under 12 – unless you belong to the same household. Discos and dance halls remain closed.
– Home: Each household, no matter how big, can receive a maximum of four people in the house, not including children up to and including 12 years of age. Keeping your distance is recommended, but not required. In the garden you can come together with groups of up to 50 people.
– Work: Anyone who has been forced to work from home can go back to the office one day a week from Wednesday. However, there should never be more than 20% of the staff present, for SMEs with less than ten staff only five people may be present. – Shops Shopping with the whole family is allowed again, without time restriction. If you do not form a family, you can enter a maximum of two, children up to 12 not included. The night shops can remain open again from June 9 until 23.30 pm. The general ban on the sale of alcohol between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. is lifted. Door-to-door sales and sex work are allowed again.
– Sport: Professional sports competitions and training can continue without limiting the number of participants. For amateur athletes there is a maximum of 50 people inside and 100 outside. Changing rooms and showers remain closed. Clubs or associations may organize group activities with a maximum of 50 people per group, without overnight stay, until June 24th and 100 people per group from June 25th. There may be multiple groups. Fitness centers can open again, with mandatory CO2 meter. Shared changing rooms and showers will remain closed. A mouth mask is mandatory before and after exercise.
– Events and worship services: Parties, receptions and banquets are again allowed in separate rooms for groups of up to 50 people. Buffets are also allowed again. The safety measures, such as mouth caps and social distancing, must also be respected here. Worship services, marriages, funerals and cremations may take place indoors with a maximum of 100 people and outdoors with a maximum of 200 people. The civil registrar and the minister of worship are not included. Strict security measures apply. For example, there will be no bowls or baskets for fundraising, but money must be collected corona-proof at collection points. When singing, a 5 meter distance is always kept between the choir members / cantors and those present, and choir members or cantors will keep their mouth mask on if they do not keep a distance of at least 3 meters. At weddings, the rings are prepared in advance and only held by the bridal couple. For major events, the rules won’t change until August 13.
– Social: The number of sustainably maintained close contacts is no longer limited. However, it is still strongly recommended to adhere to the preventive measures as much as possible, such as keeping distance, wearing masks, hand hygiene and ventilation by opening windows and doors. Gathering of more than four people is prohibited on public property between midnight and 5 a.m., excluding children up to 12 years of age. Between 5 a.m. and midnight, that number is increased to a maximum of ten. Manifestations and demonstrations are allowed with a maximum of 100 people, with a pre-agreed route. In the Brussels Region, it will no longer be mandatory to wear a face mask in the open air, except in busy shopping streets. (Belgium)