This guidance will be kept under review.
• All hospitality settings, including restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars can open indoors and outdoors for the consumption of food and non-alcoholic drinks but must close by 18:00. Alcoholic drinks cannot be served or consumed at any time within these premises and this will be strictly enforced.
• Hotels and other accommodation providers can remain open and can serve food and non-alcoholic drinks in bar/restaurant areas within their premises up to 22:00 to residents, but must close by 18:00 to non-residents.
• Residents in hotels and other accommodation can order food and drink at any time for consumption in their own rooms, but this must not include alcohol after 22:00 and before 06:00 the next day.
• Takeaway services can still sell food and drinks for consumption off the premises, with no alcohol sales after 22:00. Premises with a license for off-sales can continue to sell alcohol until 22:00 as part of the takeaway offer.
• For bookings made for weddings and civil partnership receptions and funeral wakes before 30 November at licensed venues, non-residents and residents can remain until 22:00 for food and non-alcoholic drinks. For those booked after 30 November the venue must close by 18:00 to non-residents.
• All settings must keep in place measures to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus in their venues. For example: Controlled entry, with pre-booking where possible and keeping the number of walkups to a minimum. Table Service, with all food and drink ordered, served and consumed at the table. Payment should be taken at the table wherever possible. Physical distancing measures must be applied, such as tables being spaced out. Groups of up to 4 people (not including any children aged under 11 or a carer of someone in the group) can meet in a hospitality setting.
Single households are permitted to gather in groups of larger than four, but evidence that they are from the same household must be verified by the premises. Face coverings must be worn by staff and customers, other than when seated to eat or drink.
Contact details (name, phone number, date and time of arrival and departure) must be collected and retained for 21 days to support the NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service. In all premises customers are required to provide verification of their name when filling in contact details. Information on the package of support for the hospitality sector is available here : https://businesswales.gov.wales/coronavirus-advice/
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