London: Now half of the bill will have to be paid for food in the restaurant in Britain, the UK government will give the remaining half bill. Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s initial plan was to ‘eat out so that people can help’, but more than 53,000 restaurants, cafes and other outlets have signed and agreed. Chancellor Sage Sunak’s plan has been launched to help the restaurant industry, which has been completely devastated due to Corono. Under the scheme, the benefit of 50 percent discount will be given to those who sit in the restaurant (not applicable on takeaway) from August to Monday throughout August. A maximum discount of up to 10 pounds per person will be available, this discount will be applicable only on food and non-alcoholic beverages. The scheme can be availed any number of times a day.
Posters have been placed on the windows of participating restaurants, cafes, bars and other venues across the UK as part of the scheme starting 1 August. All these can claim 50 percent rebate given to customers from the government on a weekly basis. Chancellor Sunak said that our restaurants, cafes and bars play an important role in our economy and employ more than 1 million people. They have been badly affected by Corona, so it has become very important that the government do everything to help them in these conditions.
The idea is to bring more customers to restaurants, etc. through the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, so that these businesses can be protected and their owners are protected by giving them the confidence to hire employees. These outlets will also have to take extra care of safety regulations related to Kovid-19 such as sanitizers, contact details of customers and rearranging furniture to ensure distance between tables, etc.