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· Pubs and restaurants could open doors to dozens next month →
Restrictions began to ease on May 16 to allow a maximum of 10 patrons, regardless of how big or small a venue was.
· Commentary: Coronavirus has turned retail therapy into retail anxiety →
Atmospherics – such as scent, music, touch, temperature and crowding – all help create an engaging sensory experience for shoppers and patrons.
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In a lifeline for the tourism industry overnight stays in hotels will be permitted, and cafes, restaurants and pubs can serve meals to up to 20 patrons.
The New York Times
· The Fall of Autumn: Live Performance Producers Are Giving Up on 2020 →
At their scale, it is even more difficult to protect patrons when seats are tightly packed and there are choke points at entrances, lobbies, aisles, concession stands and restrooms.
· In Times ‘Like These,’ Choose Juicy →
The patron saint of party girls, she embodied the Juicy Couture lifestyle like a modern day Marie Atoinette.
· COVID-19: What are the public health rules now? →
Venues have been able to host 10 patrons.
· Life can be a cabaret again, as theatres prepare to reopen →
Premier Daniel Andrews announced that from June 22, indoor cinemas, concert venues, theatres and stadiums can reopen with up to 50 seated patrons per space.
· The dawn of public places: Travel in the shadow of coronavirus →
An ancient citadel located above the city of Athens, the Acropolis has remains of several ancient architectural masterpieces, the most popular and famous being the Parthenon, the temple of goddess Athena, the patron of the people of Athens.
Hong Kong Free Press
· In full: 191 parliamentarians and policymakers from 23 countries slam Beijing for ‘assault’ on Hong Kong freedoms and rule of law →
Ex-British foreign secretary and patron for NGO Hong Kong Watch, Sir Malcolm Rifkind said: “This is the most serious threat to the people of Hong Kong that there has been from the Chinese Government since 1997.
The China Post
· #143Day: Fred Rogers and a day of kindness in Pennsylvania →
Tom Wolf declared the 143rd day of the year a day of kindness in honor of the state’s beloved kindness patron and promoter, Fred Rogers, who spent most of his life in and around Pittsburgh.