Discover King's Lynn is encouraging customers to "Be Kind" during the COVID pandemic
Discover King's Lynn is issuing posters and window stickers to town centre businesses with a Be Kind message as a reminder to customers that everyone is doing their best to keep people safe during the pandemic.
Vicky Etheridge, Discover King's Lynn manager, said that there have been cases where the government rules have not been adhered to.
She said: "We have created the 'Be Kind' image to remind customers that we are all doing our jobs and trying to keep one another safe. We are aware that not everyone is respecting 'the rules' and being tolerant of the systems that have been put in place."
Some of the key points include the rule of six which applies when socializing and going out but not in the work environment; face coverings need to be worn in restaurants and cafes when people are moving around, not when seated and hospitality staff must also wear face coverings unless behind a screen.
There is table service only in "eat in" cafes and restaurants and retail workers need to wear face coverings unless behind a suitable screen.
Cafes, bars, restaurants, beauty salons, barbers, hair salons and anywhere where people stay for more than 15 minutes must display an NHS track and trace app QR code and keep a customer log.
Restaurants and bars must close by 10pm.