Small businesses: how will you be affected by the lifting of Covid rules in England?

On 19 July, hundreds of Covid regulations in England will be eased with rules such as social distancing and face masks to be scrapped. Businesses that choose to enforce mask-wearing would need to take legal advice on their responsibilities under the Equality Act, Downing Street said.

We would like to hear from small businesses, shopkeepers and hospitality venues about their plans for the lifting of restrictions.

Share your experiences

What plans or changes have you made for 19 July? How do you feel about social distancing and face masks being ditched? Do you have any concerns?

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