Lisini Pub Company

EASING OF RESTRICTIONS FROM JULY 19TH

With the staged easing of restrictions confirmed from the 19th of July we have all of the current information you will need to join us in our venue and we will keep you up to date with further details as they are confirmed by the government.

Here is everything we know so far on what Level 0 could look like in Scotland:

The key date of July 19 was set for moving down the tier system, with rules on pubs, restaurants and gatherings to change as the vaccine roll-out makes progress.

The First Minister confirmed that it remains the plan to move beyond Level 0 and relax restrictions further on 9 August. 

Further details are set to be revealed soon, but here is everything we know so far regarding the changes from the 19th of July:

EASING OF HOSPITALITY RESTRICTIONS

• Up to 8 people from 4 households can meet indoors and can stay overnight.

• Up to 10 people from 4 households can meet in an indoor public place like a café, pub or restaurant.

• There will no longer be a requirement for customers to pre-book 2-hour-slots in hospitality venues in Level 0. Customers will still be asked to provide their contact details to support Test & Protect

• Venues will now be able to stay open until midnight.
Last sitting in the restaurant will revert to our previous timings.
Please refer to website for further details.

• Table service will still be required and vertical drinking is still prohibited.

WEDDINGS AND FUNERALS

• Up to 200 people can attend weddings and funerals.

• The guidelines have still to be confirmed whether dancing and music will be allowed.

RULES ON THE WEARING OF FACE MASKS

It is compulsory to wear a face mask in Level 0 in any restaurants, cafes, bars, banks and in workplaces. We would reiterate that until the guidance changes, face masks will be compulsary in our venue and proof of exemption must be provided for the peace of mind of our other guests.

This is because transmission is most likely to occur when people are close to each other in crowded and poorly ventilated places. They also must be worn in health and social care settings.