Table bookings, app-based orders and contactless payments – how pubs could look on 4 July

Contactless ordering

Customers will download an app to order food and drink

One-way traffic, floor markings and signage will tell people which way to walk

Hand-

sanitiser

points

Increased

surface

cleaning

Tables spaced out by more than 1 metre

Screens

Tables separated by screens to prevent air mixing between different groups

Temporary outdoor toilets

Stewards will regulate use

Staff safety

Staff could have temperatures taken and sign a daily health questionnaire

Social-distancing signage

Signage introduced to encourage groups to keep separate

Capacity monitoring

to ensure social distancing

Contactless

payment

Staff wear masks and gloves

Single-use

menus

More tables

put outside

Outdoor smoking areas

Smokers will be kept apart, with floor markings and staff patrols

Table booking

To prevent people from simply walking in for a drink

Contactless ordering

Customers will download an app to order food and drink

Staff safety

Staff could have temperatures taken and sign a daily health questionnaire

Social-distancing signage

Signage introduced to encourage groups to keep separate

One-way traffic, floor markings and signage will tell people which way to walk

Capacity monitoring

to ensure social distancing

Hand-sanitiser

points

Contactless

payment

Increased

surface

cleaning

Staff wear masks and gloves

Single-use

menus

Tables spaced out by more than 1 metre

More tables

put outside

Outdoor smoking areas

Smokers will be kept apart, with floor markings and staff patrols

Temporary outdoor toilets

Stewards will regulate use

Screens

Tables separated by screens to prevent air mixing between different groups

Table booking

To prevent people from simply walking in for a drink