What are the rules for pubs and restaurants in England?
Customers and landlords are expected to follow these rules:
Pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants are allowed to serve customers indoors
Groups of up to six - or two households of any size - are allowed inside
Groups seated outside may have up to 30 people
Landlords are expected to make sure all customers over 16 check in with NHS track and trace, or provide contact details
People still need to order, eat and drink while seated, where alcohol is served
When not seated - for example being shown to a table, or going to the toilet - customers must wear face coverings
Social distancing between groups is encouraged
Capacity is restricted to what is possible with social distancing and table service
The government hopes to lift all restrictions from 21 June.