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England's pubs and bars could face £1K fine for loud music and 'allowing dancing'

Andy Robertson

England's pubs and bars could face £1K fine for loud music and 'allowing dancing' 

1st October 2020 (Resident Advisor). New Covid-19-related law go into effect this week that further hits hospitality and nightlife industries. New English coronavirus laws could hit hospitality and nightlife businesses with more potential fines. The new restrictions, which go further than last week's introduction of a 10 PM curfew, include placing an 85-decibel limit on music played in pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes or the businesses face a £1,000 fine. (Unlike Northern Ireland's new rules, this does not also apply to live music performances.).
Reporting by Marissa Cetin 


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