Covid-19 costs hospitality £100bn in sales

Covid costs hospitality £100bn in sales

By James McAllister

Hospitality businesses suffered a £100.2bn drop in sales from pre-pandemic levels in the 15 months since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the latest UKHospitality Quarterly Tracker with CGA reveals.

Restaurants see 69% sales plunge

Restaurants see sales plunge 69%

By James McAllister

Sales at UK restaurants, cafes and pubs plunged 69% year-on-year in the last week as social-distancing measures were ramped up across the country due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Chinese restaurant operators in Chinatown and across London facing huge sales loss and rising tide of racial prejudice

Chinese operators count the cost of Coronavirus

By James McAllister

Chef Andrew Wong and the Baozilnn group are among the Chinese operators to have seen a recent downturn in sales as the fallout from the Coronavirus outbreak continues.


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