Wetherspoons has confirmed opening times in the UK.
The pub chain closed in March due to the coronavirus crisis, but will reopen in England on July 4th in line with government guidance.
The owner, mr. Martin said branches will offer a slightly reduced menu, while all workers will be given masks and protective glasses when the pubs reopen, reports Birmingham Live.
He confirmed: “We are extremely pleased that the pubs reopen on July 4th after a long pause.
“We will discuss the precise government proposals with our pub managers and staff before commenting further on the details.”
The usual opening hours will apply, which on average are from 8:00 to 24:00 (Sunday to Thursday) and from 8:00 to 01:00 (Friday and Saturday).
It comes after Wetherspoons confirmed that it would not show football or sports events on the screens of its pubs.
The pub said: “When our pubs reopen, our focus will be on meeting the social distance requirements and the safety of our customers and staff.
“For this reason and to avoid crowd congregation, no soccer or sports events will be shown on our televisions during the month of July.”