I went down to the main road in town tonight to see how busy the pubs were. Now this town is never a hub of activity, but a Saturday night is normally fairly busy in the pubs and restaurants. I thought I might find queues outside, waiting for suitably socially distanced spaces inside to become free. In fact, it was all fairly quiet. No queues outside. No-one sitting at the tables outside. A few people inside, but not excessively busy.
The restaurants were the same. It may be that I visited fairly early in the evening; perhaps it got a bit busier later on - but I was back home by then.
I did see this guy wandering along. I thought at first he was taking lots of pictures of the town, but then I realised he was talking - presumably on a video call. He appeared to be describing the town and showing his contact the sights (such as they are) - a guided tour. I'm not expecting a rush of tourists as a result.