CEO of the British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Installation (BIKBBI) Damian Walters has called for the industry to approach the relaxation of Coronavirus restriction with “extreme caution”.
In the final unlocking of the UK, the Prime Minister has announced the lifting of COVID restrictions on Monday, July 19, 2021.
But Walters has urged kbb tradespeope not to fall foul of the changes next week, supporting the Prime Minister’s statement by saying “this pandemic is not over”.
Speaking to the BBC, he added: “We’re all keen to banish COVID to the history books, but we’ll only be able to achieve this if we’re sensible about the next few weeks and months.”
BiKBBI CEO Damian Walters calls for the industry to approach the relaxation of Coronavirus restriction “with extreme caution”.
England is about to enter a new phase of relaxation measures, with updated government advice to tradespeople to be published over the coming days.
In preparation for this change, The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom Installation published updated advice to tradespeople including support for wearing face masks when working with others in confined spaces.
BiKBBI will continue to monitor changes in all UK countries and will provide updated advice to the industry, as it has throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.
The BiKBBI will hold its Annual Conference and Awards at the Houses of Parliament in February 2022.