COVID-19- Pub pints, museum visits and car boot sa

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COVID-19: Pub pints, museum visits and car boot sales are back as coronavirus restrictions ease in Scotland and Wales - Today News Post Today News || UK News

Restrictions are easing in Scotland and Wales today, with retail and hospitality the main sectors to benefitThe public health service, wit.

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Hospitality will have to close at 8pm indoors, with alcohol only allowed to be served outside until 10pm, but these rules will be eased on 17 May when pubs can open indoors until 10.30pm.

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