Are bingo halls open in Tier 2?

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Bingo companies will likely welcome the news, given considerable losses for their physical halls.

Buzz Bingo announced it would have to shut 26 of its halls due to COVID-19 earlier this year, cutting hundreds of jobs.

Even those locations which did manage to stay open have suffered from decreased footfall due to new measures.

The firm, which employs 3,400 people, has experienced the same knock-on effect as the rest of the hospitality and entertainment industry, according to its chief executive, Chris Matthews.



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