UKH calls for gov to look at ‘data not dates’ when lifting restrictions

Analysis by UKH, has shown that the pandemic has cost the ‘sector more than 600,000 jobs, 12,000 business failures and lost sales of £86bn’

UKHospitality (UKH) is urging the government to follow “data not dates” and loosen some of the restrictions slightly earlier than the current roadmap. 

According to the group, the continued success of the vaccination programme should allow for “hotels with self-contained rooms to be able to open alongside other self-contained accommodation on 12 April”.

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