When the primary minister introduced the closure of pubs, bars and eating places on 20 March, corporations that had been currently peaceful thanks to coronavirus had to shut their doors.
Individuals operating in the hospitality business say without having a lot more economic aid, numerous venues could never ever re-open.
Even when constraints do carry, it’s probably that drinkers will continue to have to retain some type of social distancing.
Enterprise correspondent Sarah Corker seems at how that could work in bars and restaurants that are designed to serve crowds of people today shut collectively.
Filmed and edited by David Cheeseman. Generated by Niall-James Convery.