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Views sought on Level 2 Guidance for Businesses and Sport

Jun 15, 2020

The Economic and International Affairs Scrutiny Panel is seeking views from the business community following the publication of Level 2 guidance for businesses and sport. Under Level 2 of the Safe Exit Framework, increased business activity in workplaces is possible, within strict guidelines. 

Under the Level 2 policy, some activities will involve a higher transmission risk, where any 2 people are likely to come within 2 meters of each other for longer than 15 minutes. The guidance to mitigate this risk has been set out for businesses and sport activities. 

This includes:

  • Food and drink businesses
  • Leisure venues
  • Non-residential institutions i.e. libraries, community centres
  • Hotels
  • Hairdressers, beauty and nail salons
  • Tattoo parlours
  • Sports and fitness
  • Regulated allied healthcare i.e. dentists, mental health services

The Panel would like to hear from any businesses and/or sport organisations who fall within the Level 2 policy guidance to ensure that it is viable and fit for purpose. 

Views can be submitted to the Panel by email: or via the States Assembly Twitter account. 

Scrutiny News Release.

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