Bookmakers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland open from 12 April

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In England, Wales and Northern Ireland betting shops will resume work from April 12. Previously, their activities were suspended due to the introduction of restrictions by the UK government in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. The authorities announced the spring “unblocking” of betting shops back in February of this year. For opening betting points, special rules are provided to ensure sanitary safety. For example, work up to 20 hours; players can only come twice a day; lack of chairs and live broadcasts of sporting events; the maximum number of bettors in the institution is eight people. But players in Scotland need to wait a bit – betting shops there will open from April 26th. Clients of casinos and slot machine halls can only be patient – establishments with these entertainments will be able to resume work only from May 17. As My Lucky Story wrote, Sadiq Khan promised, if he is re-elected mayor of London, to ban gambling advertising in the metropolitan metropolitan area. Earlier it was reported that more than 200 thousand people live in the UK, the data of which are included in the register of voluntarily refusing to gamble online. Recall that members of the British Parliament asked online gambling operators to impose restrictions on their customers.

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