Scotland Government Reopens Its Beer Gardens After 13 Weeks Of Lockdown
Thousands of people stand in a queue outside bars and pubs after the Scottish government allowed beer gardens to re-open.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, nations across the world have imposed lockdowns in order to curb the spread of the virus. As the situation is getting better, nations like Scotland have re-opened their beer gardens. The government of Scotland has opened pubs and bars for the people. As soon as this news was declared, thousands of drinkers queued for more than an hour to get into beer gardens to have a good time following 13 weeks of lockdown.
People will now be allowed to sit and have their beer only if they follow all the necessary safety measures. Maintaining social distancing and wearing a mask would be compulsory. The beer gardens have to abide by the rule of keeping a distance of two metres and also people hanging out to visit these outlets must give their contact number and name. The Scottish government is working its way to release new guidelines to help other businesses re-open.
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