Parties at Covid-Secure Venues
So, what is a Covid-secure venue?
Well, it’s a venue that’s open to the public and has put in place processes to manage the social distancing and safety of the public. That might be a pub, hotel, or a community or village hall. The management will have carried out a risk assessment of activities at the venue and will have procedures in place to safeguard the public’s health.
For a period last year Covid-secure venues were allowed to stage live entertainment for up to 30 people gathered in a socially distanced manner. Village halls, for example, looked at the size of their rooms and calculated how many people they could accommodate within the Covid restrictions. So in this photo, taken before the pandemic, the children could only sit this close together if they were from the same household bubble. As we come out of the latest lockdown, hopefully we’ll be able to hold parties in Covid-secure venues as before.