Mandatory Face Coverings at the Conference Centres
From 17th August, all visitors to the conference centres and exhibition halls will require to wear a face covering, as published on the updated guidance page of Government’s website.
It also states “You should also wear a face covering in indoor places where social distancing may be difficult and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet” which indicates that guests at any indoor business events will be required to wear a face covering.
If the delegates are in a café or seating area of the conference centre/event venue where they will be eating and drinking, they can remove their face covering, however they must put the mask/covering back on when leaving the catering space.
A few exemptions – people with certain conditions, children and employees of indoor settings are not required to wear face coverings, however employers are encouraged to consider their use where appropriate.
These rules do not apply in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.
You can find more details on face coverings guidance here
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