Scotland: Government proposes to cut music in bars

Scotland: Government proposes to cut music in bars
LLast week, the Scottish Government reported several measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in their country. Between offers: Elimination of music in bars and restaurants so that people no longer have to come together to listen to each other.

More music in the Scottish bar to prevent people coming together to communicate. It is one of the proposals of the Scottish Government to stop the spread of coronavirus in bars and restaurants and may be implemented soon if necessary. For now, Scotland is considering muting the background sound of bus installations.

Some bar and restaurant owners fear that removing music from these establishments will lead to private gatherings, US media reports Sound results. Standing in more confined spaces and without any control, they would be more suited to the spread of the virus.

Another measure, now implemented: the collection of customers’ names in bar-restaurants to be able to facilitate tracing, reports the BBC. Establishments must be able to provide table service, authorize reservations, and avoid customers standing in line or waiting. A cluster broke out in Aberdeen last week, and Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon insisted that pub-like environments could be conducive to the spread of the virus. 188 cases are now associated with the Aberdeen cluster and 1032 contacts have been identified.

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