Coronavirus: UK dines out on 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme
London: A British government scheme to encourage people to visit restaurants, by paying a slice of the bill, has boosted a sector devastated by the coronavirus, according to a study published on Monday. The incentive — “Eat Out to Help Out” — valid Monday to Wednesday through August sees the government contribute 50 percent of the cost of a cafe, restaurant or pub meal, up to £10 (Dh48) per person. See more Photos: Ominous whipped cream art comes to London's Trafalgar Square Pictures: Massive protests in Russia's far east rattle Kremlin Pictures:...
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