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|Day's Range||96.10 - 96.10|
|52 Week Range||54.56 - 96.10|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.53|
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Pubs and restaurants dialled down offers for free pints and burgers on the UK’s “Freedom day” with only a handful of companies offering promotions amid a wave of new infections. Pub groups Wetherspoon and Young’s, the restaurant company Fridays and fast-food chain McDonald’s offered free or discounted drinks and food to consumers on Monday but on a limited basis as all final restrictions on hospitality businesses were lifted. Wetherspoon said 780 of its 870 pubs would serve beers from local brewers at £1.99 in an effort to promote real ale from small breweries rather than celebrate the easing of restrictions.
The group said it will revert back to “successful measures” it had in place last summer upon the latest relaxation of restrictions.
Wetherspoons is urging drinkers to keep using apps rather than order at the bar when lockdown rules ease in parts of the UK on Monday. The pub group laid out its plans for dealing with the lifting of almost all restrictions in England on "freedom day", saying it had decided against stripping out all measures to prevent the spread of Covid in its pubs from that date. JD Wetherspoon, which runs more than 870 pubs across the UK, said: "Since uncertainty remains as to the future impact of Covid-19,