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UK's hospitality sector reopens as government eyes 'normality' by summer | Video

The UK’s hospitality sector is beginning to reopen after it came to a grinding halt at the start of 2021, when high COVID-19 infection rates led to the country’s third national lockdown. The British government has embarked on what it calls a roadmap to "normality" and the hospitality industry could reopen completely in the summer. Chris Jones reports from London.

UK's hospitality sector reopens as government eyes 'normality' by summer | Video

02 May 2021 05:06pm
The UK’s hospitality sector is beginning to reopen after it came to a grinding halt at the start of 2021, when high COVID-19 infection rates led to the country’s third national lockdown. The British government has embarked on what it calls a roadmap to "normality" and the hospitality industry could reopen completely in the summer. Chris Jones reports from London.

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