HK bars and pubs to shut for 14 days

The Hong Kong Government has announced a two-week closure of all bars and pubs in Hong Kong starting from 6pm on 3 April, after reports that over 52% of recent confirmed Covid-19 cases have been linked to the on-trade.

HK bars rage at government’s alcohol ban policy

To combat the Covid-19 epidemic, the Hong Kong government will suspend liquor licenses across the city but with no corresponding compensation plan for the industry at the moment, the F&B trade is expected to face severe losses. 

Hospitality shifts down 76% due to coronavirus

The number of shifts currently available to workers in the UK hospitality industry has fallen by 76% compared to last month due to the coronavirus pandemic.

How the Asian food and drinks industry has responded to COVID-19

The rapidly changing Covid-19 crisis has caused a number of restaurants and bars in Asian countries into lockdown after months of catastrophic business disruption. But many have come up with creative solutions as db Asia discovers.

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