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City Matters newspaper will be back in circulation on 5 August - bouncing back from the interruption caused by Covid-19 to serve the Square Mile once more. And we are returning with a flourish, producing a comprehensive 'Back in Business' guide that highlights some of the best restaurants, cultural attractions, and...

City Matters newspaper will be back in circulation on 5 August – bouncing back from the interruption caused by Covid-19 to serve the Square Mile once more.

And we are returning with a flourish, producing a comprehensive ‘Back in Business’ guide that highlights some of the best restaurants, cultural attractions, and professional services companies who are also welcoming back customers.

City Matters Managing Director, Nick Chapman, said: “While the coronavirus pandemic has caused a great deal of strain for businesses of all sizes, we are pleased to have seen so many of our fellow City of London-based organisations weather the storm and come out fighting.

“This has been a testing time for all of us, so we are proud to be doing our part to help companies get back in the public eye for the right reasons, and start to regrow their business as lockdown continues to ease.

“Of course, during lockdown our delivery process has been adapted to ensure all necessary health and safety measures are in place. The City is taking great strides to combat the spread of the virus, and we are committed to making our operation as safe as possible.

“More than anything, we’d like to wish all our readers and commercial partners the best of health during this troubling period.”

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