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Latest lockdown restrictions - what you can and can't do


The government has issued key dos and don'ts relating to the national restrictions in force across England from 5 November to 2 December. 

These are outlined below, and available to view as a poster here (PDF)

Meeting indoors
You cannot meet anybody socially indoors unless they are in your household or support bubble

Meeting outdoors
You can meet with 1 person from another household in outdoor public spaces, following social distancing. Children under 5 and anyone dependent on continuous care do not count towards the 2 person limit.

Weddings and funerals
Weddings, civil partnership ceremonies can only take place where one of those getting married is seriously ill and not expected to recover. Funerals can take place with up to 30 people in attendance.

Working from home
You must work from home if you can. If you cannot work from home you should continue to go to work (unless you are clinically extremely vulnerable).

Essential shops
Open. Essential retail should follow COVID-Secure guidelines.

Non-essential Retail
Closed. Can only open for click-and-collect and delivery services.

Exercise
You can exercise outside on your own or with your household; your support bubble; or one person from another household.

Leisure and gyms
Closed, except for allotments and outdoor playgrounds.

Hospitality
Closed except for takeaway, click-and-collect, drive-through and other delivery services. Takeaway not permitted after 22:00.

Education
Early years, schools and FE colleges open. Universities must reflect wider restrictions.

Healthcare services
You can leave home for any medical reason.

Residential care
Care homes are encouraged to provide safe, COVID-secure visiting opportunities. See the guidance for details on how to keep visits safe.

Travel
You must not travel in the UK or overseas other than for permitted reasons, including work, education, medical reasons, caring responsibilities or for essential retail.

Public transport
You may still use public transport but should only travel for permitted reasons and should look to reduce the number of journeys you make, avoid travelling at peak times and walk or cycle where you can.

Overnight stays
Overnight stays and holidays away from primary residences are not allowed, except for work and other education purposes.

Entertainment and tourism
Entertainment venues are closed. Public gardens at visitor attractions are open.

Vulnerable people
If you are 60+ or clinically vulnerable, be especially careful to follow the rules and minimise contacts with others. If you are clinically extremely vulnerable you are advised to stay at home as much as possible, except to go outdoors for exercise or to attend essential health appointments.

Worship
Closed. Except for: funerals, broadcasting acts of worship, and individual prayer.

Childcare
Registered childcare and childcare activities open to enable parents to work, or for respite care. Parents can form a childcare bubble with another household for informal childcare, where the child is 13 or under.

Youth clubs and activities
Some youth services are able to continue, such as 1:1 youth work and support groups, but most youth clubs and groups will need to cease for this period.

For more information and detailed guidance visit https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

 

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