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Restaurants, pubs and bars urged to consider using Covid passports

That didn’t take long. Covid passports could now be used in pubs, bars and restaurants as new government guidance for businesses urged their wider rollout. On Wednesday, ministers published delayed advice for businesses on how to operate when the country moves to step four of the roadmap out of lockdown on Monday. It said hospitality firms will be encouraged to consider asking customers to show Covid passports to enter their premises – Telegraph

Masks indoors, plastic screens, table service and a slow return to work: Why workplaces after ‘Freedom Day’ will still look remarkably like they do today – Mail

People given AstraZeneca’s Covid jab are less likely to develop antibodies than those who receive Pfizer’s, major surveillance study suggests – Mail

Food strategy calls for £3 billion sugar and salt tax to improve UK’s diet – Guardian

Thousands of Brits say they’ll have to cancel their summer holidays after Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca are struck off the ‘Green List’ from Monday  – Mail

California Woman First to Be Arrested for Fake Vaccination Card Scheme – Epoch Times

YouTube and Spotify are a risk to music, MPs warn – Times

COMMENT

Britain is sleepwalking into a state of perpetual Covid tyranny – Douglas Murray, Telegraph

Europe picks a fight with the whole world by going for green protectionism –
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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