Singing and dancing are forbidden in the Haven Holiday Park as the family is going to take a half-time vacation
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, singing and dancing are prohibited in HAVEN Holiday Park.
As the company announced the cancellation of live entertainment, families planning to spend half a year in the resort were disappointed.
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Many schools plan to visit resorts such as Presthaven Beach, Greenacres in Porthmadog and Hafan y Mor in Pwllheli during school holidays.
But earlier this week, the company informed its guests that due to Covid-19 regulations, there will be no live singing or dancing.
The report only allows guests to watch pre-recorded programs and meet with characters on the big screen, while complying with the rules of social mediation, report North Wales Live.
Many people are obviously disappointed because they are eager to take advantage of the warm weather after the wettest May on record.
The company issued a statement saying: “With the latest reduction in restrictions in Wales, we hope to provide our guests and owners with the opportunity to watch live entertainment in our park.
“Although our team has created entertainment programs that comply with Covid regulations and detailed safety operation plans, we have learned that since our entertainment venues are not strictly theaters, we are currently unable to perform full programs including live performances. Or dance.
“We understand the disappointment and frustration of our guests, because our entertainment team also felt this disappointment and frustration.
“We have spacious, well-ventilated premises, reduced our capacity to no more than 50%, and adopted social distancing measures to ensure that our guests, owners and teams stay safe while enjoying entertainment.”
“We look forward to when the restrictions will be lifted further, which will hopefully enable us to carry out more family entertainment activities, and we are currently offering limited plans to comply with the current restrictions by the Welsh government.
“Once we get our permission, we will add entertainment to a safe haven for our guests and homeowners to love and enjoy.”
According to the current lockdown restrictions in Wales, live performances that are not set in the theater will be banned.
The next lock-in review is expected to take place next week, and any possible changes will take effect on Monday, June 7.
There have been 58 cases of Indian variants in Wales.
The National Bureau of Statistics (ONS) said that while there are early signs of an increase in Covid cases in the UK, cases in Wales continue to be at a “low” level.
Simultaneously, In the UK, the number of people newly infected with the virus has soared to more than 4,000 This is the first time in two months.
Malta, the Balearic Islands and the Greek Islands have “entered the green list since June” despite the border panic.
In the past 24 hours, another 4,182 people have tested positive.
Matt Hancock warned that “this is not over yet” because the prime minister has raised new doubts about the final stage of his roadmap because his route is under lockdown.
The Minister of Health added that up to three In the UK, three-quarters of new cases are new, more easily spread Indian variants.