Restaurants across the UK are being forced to close for the night due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Here’s what you need to know.
article Restaurances across the country are being required to close, with many bars closing before midnight in London, Glasgow and Manchester.
Many in the South East and Northern Ireland have been forced to cancel their New Year Eve celebrations.
The Health and Safety Executive said the closure was “not an acceptable alternative”.
The Health Secretary also confirmed the NHS will not be offering free drink from 5pm until midnight.
The closures are a result of the coronivirus outbreak, which has killed more than 3,500 people in the UK and led to the introduction of new measures to tackle the spread of the virus.
Some bars have been closed for as long as three days.
A spokesperson for the UK’s Health Secretary said: “There is no way we can run an NHS service if there are not enough staff available.
This is due to a combination of factors including the ongoing health of those people living in the affected areas and the fact that people who are already ill may be able to get access to drinking alcohol.” “
Many bars and restaurants are operating as normal in the most affected areas.
This is due to a combination of factors including the ongoing health of those people living in the affected areas and the fact that people who are already ill may be able to get access to drinking alcohol.”
Here’s how you can get involved…
The Health Service Executive (HSE) said it would be open to businesses, pubs and bars to “offer free drinks from 5:00pm until 6:00am on New Years Eve”, which would be free of charge.
The HSE said there were no restrictions on how long the offer would last.
“We would encourage businesses to consider offering this service to their customers for New Year celebrations,” the HSE added.
Here are some options: Visit the National Health Service’s website to sign up for free drinks: http://www.nhs.uk/services/services-and-support/national-health-service/how-to-apply-free-drinks-on-new-years-eve-to/ The National Health Trust said it was open to “any business and any business can provide this service” and would work with bars and clubs to make arrangements.
There are currently more than 300 NHS organisations operating across the United Kingdom offering free drinks on New York’s streets.
Read more: http:/www.nytimes.com/2017/02/18/health/health-services-healthcare-chief-to.html?_r=0 The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has confirmed the coronovirus outbreak has killed 1,049 people in England and Wales.
Here is how you should get involved.
The NICE has advised businesses to take the following steps to ensure they are up to date: “If you are not up to speed on how to operate, or do not understand how to provide safe and effective services to people with conditions that require special assistance, or that require specific advice on how you might best support that individual, it is important you do not provide the services you are already providing.”
“For more information, please contact NICE on 0300 123 0500 or email [email protected]”Read more: https://www,gov.uk.uk/?lang=en&page_id=2767 The NUT is a voluntary organisation that provides health and social care advice and support to people living with the condition.
The NHS will continue to work with the NUT and NICE to offer free drinks to people affected by the coronvirus outbreak and support the NHS and local authorities in their response to the crisis.
The National Theatre has been told it will not reopen until the weekend.
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