A breath of freedom: in Australia opened pubs after quarantine, but not so simplePictolic
Regulars Australian pub is finally back to your favourite places after two months of quarantine. However, a quarter of the bars may not open ever.
The pandemic has hit the country's economy, and many owners would be difficult to return the business to normal. However, Australians are happy that they finally gradually return to a normal life. Find out how the authorities are going to bring the country out of quarantine stagnation of this material.
In Australia gradually opened to visit pubs, restaurants and bars. There were 7019 cases and 98 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. Entrepreneurs were forced to stop work on March 23. Now in the country the rate of infection significantly decreased daily revealed no more than 26 new cases, so the government allowed to open places of entertainment.
Residents are allowed to visit pubs, but the room can accommodate up to ten people.
However, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says that life in the country is gradually returning to normal. With the opening of pubs and cafes entrepreneurs will be able to go to the previous level of earnings, although the number of visitors is limited to 10 people at a time.
The recovery of the Australian economy will be gradual. The government has made a plan of three stages, predicting the total abolition of quarantine measures until July.
Because Australia is a Federation, the implementation of the action plan depends on the government of the States and territories. Each administrative unit of the country will follow the individual schedule.In New South Wales schools gradually opened, people were allowed to invite guests (but not to gather more than five people) and meet at public meetings up to ten people.
In the Northern Territory, where the number of identified cases is small, and deaths from the coronavirus was not at all, the pubs are open without restrictions in the number of clients. Here does not prohibit public meetings and visits of the guests in any quantity.
In Victoria — the second largest population, the quarantine continues.The head of the Australian Association of food, Wes Lambert, says he will survive only 75% of the business. Thousands of owners will be forced to close, but the Association hopes that this is temporary.
While most of us during the quarantine languishing at home, two lucky winners from the UK fun days in the pub, playing Golf and enjoying the free beer, because there they isolated themselves.