Encourage your customers to take part in NHS Test and Trace.
If your business is a hospitality venue in England, there is a new QR code poster design. If you printed your NHS QR code poster before 29 March 2021, you will have received an email asking you to replace your existing poster.
The new poster design reflects a change in regulations. All visitors are now required to check in to enter hospitality venues, not just one per group. Visitors can do this by checking in with the NHS COVID-19 app or by providing their name and contact details. Anyone who does not comply must be refused entry. Non-hospitality venues are not required to print new posters.
Help prevent an outbreak in your business or community by stopping the chain of transmission early. Please encourage your staff to get tested twice a week. Alongside vaccines, regular testing is at the heart of reopening society and the economy.
Industry engagement sessions for serviced accommodation and indoor attractions and venues (including pubs/restaurants and cafes) on regulations ahead of 17 May!
Visit Isle of Wight have teamed up with Isle of Wight Council, supported by the Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce and Visit England, to bring you a series of industry re-opening engagement sessions, tailored to the Tourism and Hospitality sectors ahead of the 17 May open up date for serviced accommodation and indoor attractions and venues.
These sessions on 11 May aim to assist businesses to understand the government guidelines in a practical sense and how they impact on your own business whilst planning for the re-opening of the sector.
If you cannot attend the sessions, they will be available to watch again on the tourism industry website VisitWightPro.com later in the day.