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Virologists and night-time advisers share their tips on making a night out as safe as possible, from testing to masks to looking out for each other. A t last, clubbing has returned — though with some huge caveats.
Not only are young people more likely to be clubbers, they are more likely to work in hospitality, too. Nonetheless, venues will be opening, with varying degrees of self-imposed restrictions. Heath, along with Dr Zania Stamataki, a viral immunologist at the University of Birmingham, has provided a guide to clubbing responsibly.
No, not in the conspiracy theorist YouTube-rabbithole sense. But check out every detail of your night out.
Of the people attending, do we know if people have been tested or vaccinated? We have to think about things like this now: this is risk mitigation. Good ventilation is often impossible in traditional venues due to noise restrictions.
That includes the venues, the promoters, the staff, as well as your friends. Late-night culture is so important to this country, and as much as we want to get back to it, we need to protect it, too.
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