It's nice to see some businesses getting back on their feet again after the worst shock to the economy in a generation.
This is Hilary Brand who will be serving take-away drinks and snacks at the Lyndhurst Tea rooms this weekend.
Clearly, things will be run differently in future, to ensure the virus doesn't start spreading again. Each individual business is having to adopt particular measures to ensure the safety of staff and customers.
One thing that hasn't changed is that we all have to act responsibly. Don't go out if you think you may have the virus. Follow all the guidance with regard to shielding vulnerable people and social distancing.
it's going to take a real, consistent, effort to get back to something near normal but it is important we do so. Without an economy, there are no taxes being paid and no money to support the NHS and all the other public services we value.
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