Tourist sites make plans to offer fun post-virus By Hannah Uttley 24 May 2020 • 6:00am When the Royal Albert Hall was laying out its financial forecasts for 2020, management were expecting sales of about £8.5m in the months from March to May. Managed by a registered charity and held in a trust, unlike many of its peers the historic venue does not receive public funding and requires at least 85pc of its seats to be filled during an event just to break even. […] The package guarantees to provide “all of the fun of the great outdoors” while maintaining social distancing between groups and adhering to coronavirus rules. […] Chester Zoo will cap visitors at 3,000 per day initially, compared with its normal capacity of between 15,000 and 16,000, and it plans to introduce tickets for afternoon and evening visits. […] The Royal Albert Hall is working with government to find a solution that will allow it to reopen without the two-metre restrictions.
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