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WATCH: Inverness pub MacGregor's outlines plans for its return after coronavirus lockdown


By Louise Glen

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Bruce MacGregor at MacGregor's Bar which has beer garden..Picture: Gary Anthony..
Bruce MacGregor at MacGregor's Bar which has beer garden..Picture: Gary Anthony..

Inverness publican and musician Bruce MacGregor has produced a video to walk customers through what they can expect when his Academy Street premises reopen.

Like many other licensed premises across the country MacGregor's will be welcoming customers back to its outdoor space from Monday.

But in order to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19 infection a number of new safety measures and procedures have been put in place.

Mr MacGregor said the popular city centre hostelry will have one door in – on Academy Street – and one door out to the back of the building.

He also says that customers can no longer just turn up, but have to phone ahead and book a table.

During the video he shows that hand sanitizer and table sanitising fluids will be freely available for customers to use.

He also shows the containers that are available to take away drinks from the bar, as well as the products that will be available in the off-licence.

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