Great Britain

Full list of businesses that can reopen tomorrow including casinos and bowling alleys

CASINOS and bowling alleys have finally been given the green light to reopen tomorrow, August 15, following lockdown.

Music venues and theatres will also be able to welcome back customers once again, Boris Johnson confirmed last night.

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The businesses are among the last to reopen after coronavirus lockdown, meaning they have been shut for more than five months.

Close contact services like threading, facial waxing and brow tinting will also be available again in beauty salons.

Most businesses were able to reopen in July, including hairdressers, gyms and pubs, with a handful of indoor venues scheduled to reopen on August 1.

But hopes to reopen were dashed last month when Boris Johnson said the UK needed to pause the plans as multiple cities went into local lockdowns.

Full list of businesses that can now reopen

THE below businesses have been given the green light to reopen from tomorrow, August 15.

Businesses that remain closed:

As part of tomorrow's reopening plans, wedding receptions of up to 30 people will also be allowed again.

The government is currently also planning to allow football fans back into stadiums from October 1.

Plus, it's testing how to safely restart business events and conferences from the same date too.

The businesses will be allowed to reopen as long as they're Covid-19 secure.

In bowling alleys, this means staff will be cleaning balls before and after each game with sanitiser on-hand for customers.

Every other lane will also be closed to allow for social distancing.

While indoor theatres and music venues will be able to reopen as long as audiences socially distance.

In updated guidance, all staff offering close contact services, including hairdressers, should now wear a face mask in addition to a visor that covers the face.

This will help protect customers and staff from respiratory droplets caused by sneezing, coughing, or speaking, the government said.

Nightclubs and strip clubs remain closed, and it's not yet known when they'll be able to return.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said last night: "Today, we are able to announce some further changes which will allow more people to return to work and the public to get back to more of the things they have missed.

"However, as I have always said, we will not hesitate to put on the brakes if required, or to continue to implement local measures to help to control the spread of the virus."

The government is hiking fines for not wearing masks to up to £3,200, amid fears young people could fuel a second wave.

Meanwhile, organisers of illegal lockdown raves will also be slapped with £10,000 fines.

We explain where it's compulsory to wear a face mask, including places like cafes, banks and shopping centres.

Face mask fines hiked to £3,200 as ministers fear young Brits could fuel second wave of coronavirus

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