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Managing COVID-19 transmission risks in bars: Insights for policymakers and practitioners

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Fitzgerald N, Uny I, Brown A, Eadie D, Ford A, Stead M & Lewsey J (2021) Managing COVID-19 transmission risks in bars: Insights for policymakers and practitioners. Scottish Government Chief Scientist Office. Stirling. https://www.stir.ac.uk/research/public-policy-hub/policy-briefings/

Abstract
Governments around the world have introduced a range of measures aimed at addressing the risk of COVID-19 transmission in licensed premises. This briefing provides insights for policymakers from the ‘Managing COVID-19 transmission risks in bars’ research, undertaken in Scotland in Spring/Summer 2020. As the only study of its kind to date, the findings help to fulfil an urgent need for evidence to inform and underpin evolving COVID-19 measures.

Keywords
COVID-19; coronavirus; alcohol; licensed premises;

StatusPublished
FundersScottish Government
Publication date28/02/2021
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/33237
Publisher URLhttps://www.stir.ac.uk/…olicy-briefings/
Place of publicationStirling

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Ms Ashley Brown
Ms Ashley Brown

Research Fellow, Institute for Social Marketing

Professor Niamh Fitzgerald
Professor Niamh Fitzgerald

Professor, Institute for Social Marketing

Dr Allison Ford
Dr Allison Ford

Research Fellow, Institute for Social Marketing

Dr Isabelle Uny
Dr Isabelle Uny

Research Fellow, Institute for Social Marketing

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