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Today new information was released by the Prime Minister about lockdown and how it will ease from 4 July.
Pubs, restaurants, bars, hair salons and tourist attractions that can reopen safely will be able to do so on Saturday 4 July and this news has been welcomed by Liverpool City Council and Mayor Joe Anderson.
Mayor Joe Anderson has praised the decision after latest figures show the huge economic return the culture and hospitality industries have for Liverpool.
Today (Tuesday 23 June) Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that museums, galleries, hotels, pubs and bars are among a number of businesses that can reopen their doors.
The government announcement comes just one day after the city launched its Liverpool Without Walls campaign which will introduce road closures, street furniture and grants which will give businesses in Liverpool the best chance of being ready to trade when the government restrictions are lifted. Read more about the project here.
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— The Guide Liverpool (@TheGuideLpool) June 15, 2020
“People are aware that Liverpool is synonymous with culture, but many may not know just how much economically this sector contributes to the running of the city.
“I’ve always said that culture will be the rocket fuel of our economy, and these numbers prove how valuable the sector really is to our city.
“The business rates raised by these organisations result in £270m invested in our core services – vital services that people in this city directly benefit from.
“Quite simply the effects of Covid-19 on this particular sector have been devastating. But thanks to today’s announcement there is light at the end of the tunnel.
“It goes hand in hand with the Liverpool Without Walls initiative which will see us working with partners to support businesses while they slowly and safely reopen, and in doing so we can encourage visitors to once again head in to the city and enjoy everything out cultural sector has to offer.”
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