When the prime minister introduced the closure of pubs, bars and restaurants on 20 March, businesses that have been already quiet because of coronavirus had to shut their doorways.
Those working within the hospitality business say without more monetary help, many venues might by no means re-open.
Even when restrictions do raise, it's probably that drinkers will nonetheless have to take care of some sort of social distancing.
Enterprise correspondent Sarah Corker seems to be at how that would work in bars and eating places which are built to serve crowds of individuals shut together.
Filmed and edited by David Cheeseman. Produced by Niall-James Convery.