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Restaurants, hotels and pubs can be the consumer’s “brand” to show they are safe for the customers to go to, the director of Visit Britain said.

Boris Johnson will discuss the reopening of the hospitality sector and loosen the two meters social-the removal of the rule in England with his top Cabinet colleagues and the scientists of today.

The Prime Minister and his key ministers on Monday to discuss next steps for locking with the chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance and the chief medical officer for England, Professor Chris Whitty.

Mr. Johnson will on Tuesday outline the plans to Parliament for pubs, restaurants, hotels and hairdressers to re-open in England from 4 July, and probably by a relaxation of the distance from the rule to help restart the economy.

Patricia Yates, director of Visit Britain, told the BBC Radio 4 programme Today:

“We are looking to do a consumer brand, so that companies can look at the advice they can go online, they can show that they are compliant with all of it and then they can have a consumer brand, saying:” we are good to go ” that really shows to the customers and the staff and premises of the residence that the company includes Covid-19 and it is a good place to go. ”

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