DCMS and DoH have produced guidance on the application of Test and Trace to outdoor events in England:
However, any eat-in hospitality venues within these events (even if outdoors) are in scope of the Regulations and are required to request that all customers and visitors either scan the official NHS QR code or provide contact details. They must refuse entry to must anyone that chooses not to do so. This applies to the area of the hospitality venue only – it does not change the requirements for the wider event premises.
A full list of venues which are in scope of the Regulations and must display an official NHS QR code and request customer, visitor, and staff contact details can be found here.
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