COVID-19 Crisis: Hospitality Advice Desk

Here you can find all the advice you need to pull through the Covid-19 crisis and ensure your business gets back on track when the lockdown lifts. Experts share their top tips on staying connected with staff, planning for the future and making the most of the government help.

Advice articles

How to know if your business may be insured against Covid-19

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TOP TIPS: Staying connected with staff during the Covid-19 lockdown

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Advice: Communicating in a crisis

Business initiatives

Call for hotel businesses to give evidence for Pathways to Recovery inquiry

TripAdvisor launches platform to connect NHS staff with hotel rooms

Hospitality Action launches Emergency Covid-19 Fund

Hotels and restaurants can now list takeaway services for free on new online support site

Free software to set up click and collect available to hospitality sector

Hospitality crisis support hub launched by HOSPA to collate offers of help

Job site plugs gap for hospitality workers with new hub of short-term roles across other sectors

Free online web messaging and ‘unified inbox’ for hotels to keep in touch with guests

Spa directors come together for first ‘virtual conference’

Government legislation

Social distancing will be in place until the end of the year

Small business loans of up to £50,000 announced by government

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme goes live

Government extends furlough scheme cut off allowing thousands more to benefit

Government extends lockdown for ‘at least another three weeks’

Government pledges to pay 80% of wages after enforcing venue lockdown

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces £330bn rescue package to help businesses

Chancellor announces funding package to help support the self-employed

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