Lockdown measures eased throughout Europe over the course of summer 2021

As the most restrictive measures affecting the hospitality sector were largely lifted across Europe over the course of summer, most hospitality establishments, with the notable exception of nightclubs, were able to cater for guests both within their premises and on terraces.

The most notable trend in Europe was the introduction of Covid or ‘green’ certificates which enable governments to develop domestic and travel-related measures based on verifiable information regarding an individual’s vaccination, recovery or infection status. However European countries apply requirements very differently: while requiring ‘green’ certificates for entry to cultural venues or the interior of restaurants is now commonplace, other countries have adopted a stricter approach, such as France, where a Covid pass is required to access most types of establishments.

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28 Nov
28/11/2022    
15:00 - 17:00
Stanhope Hotel Brussels by Thon Hotels List of Participants Draft Agenda for ExCom meeting on 28 November 2022 PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM 16:30, THE PRESIDENT-ELECT, [...]
European Hospitality Day - Event at European Parliament
29/11/2022    
08:30 - 14:30
HOTREC is organising meetings and exchanges for HOTREC members at the European Parliament on Tuesday 29 November 2022 in Brussels.
Events on 28/11/2022
28 Nov