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UK HOLIDAYS is unlikely to restart until June Boris Johnson will announce the roadmap later that evening

The news will deal a blow to many hotels and B&Bs that have been forced to close their doors due to the pandemic

According to The Telegraph, starting Nov. Limited social gatherings are allowed in March, although this does not include overnight stays

Many tour operators were hoping to resume by the Easter break, although this has been lifted

Despite this, the price rose by up to 1 during the Easter holidays due to a boom in British demand500 GBP

Kat Nicholls of UK Hospitality said on Twitter: “We need to see the full statement today, but if pubs and restaurants don’t open until May, hotels in June and NDE later, the Chancellor desperately needs additional support – the expansion of existing ones Measures will not be enough to save companies for so long “

She also warned that many would be closed permanently if they didn’t have the same summer boom as last year

Ms. Nicholls told Sun Online Travel: “We did well last summer – stores were full – but there were capacity and occupancy restrictions due to social distancing.

“In August, pubs, bars and restaurants were below break-even for the first time since the pandemic began, while for holiday parks and hotels, maximum operation was 50 percent and sales were 70 percent at normal levels

“It will be very tight and cannot have any adverse effects. If we have a washout summer and lots of rain or other economic changes, we will see business failures”

She added: “We must be in the first phase of reopening. Summer will be too late for many companies”

The Prime Minister will start the roadmap on March 8 March, 7pm later this evening, sketch out of lockdown

From the 8th March, when all schools are open again, people can sit outside for a drink with their household or with a friend or relative

The rules will be updated on Jan. March loosened further so that either six people or two households can meet outside

The non-essential retail store will not open until the end of April – in the third phase of the plan, reports The Times

Currently, only major retail stores such as supermarkets and pharmacies are allowed to serve customers

Pubs and restaurants are not expected to open until May, while large outdoor events like soccer games and music festivals are expected towards the end of this month

The British vacation demand is there for the summer though – some families have even put up waiting lists for Cornwall

A travel company has warned the British to book vacations before announcing the lockdown end date, as prices are expected to jump

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