What Does The New ‘Rule of 6’ Mean For Visitor Attractions?
The UK government announced a new rule for all social groups in England, they have called it the rule of 6. But, what does this mean for social gatherings outside of households in parks, attractions and other tourist locations?
Due to a rise in Coronavirus cases the government in England want to simplify their advice on social gatherings. Whilst for the last few weeks and months gatherings upwards of 30 people or more than 2 different households were banned, this new rule will replace those and is set to be in place from Monday 14th September.
What does this mean for visitor attractions?
The rule of 6 is to be set out in law, meaning anyone meeting up in larger groups will effectively be breaking the law and open themselves up to fines starting from £100. As an attraction you want to ensure that your park complies with the new law and look after visitors making sure they do not mix with others outside of their group.
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