London and Liverpool impose second level of restrictions, Manchester – third
UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced the restrictions on various regions of England after December 2, according to Sky News.
First level coronavirus restrictions will operate only on the Isle of Wight, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly – 1% of the country’s population (714 thousand people) live there.
Second level introduced in major cities and counties such as London, Liverpool, Cumbria, Worcestershire, East and West Sussex. In total, more than 57% of the country’s population (32 million people) falls under it.
23.3 million residents of England (41.5% of the total) are facing the most stringent restrictions. Third level billed in Greater Manchester, Birmingham, Hull, South and West Yorkshire, Durham, Leicester and Bristol.
You can find out what restrictions apply in your area on the government website. To do this, you must enter the postal code in the search bar.
The rules for each level will be as follows.
– people can gather at home and on the street in groups of up to six people;
– there are no restrictions on travel within the region. It is recommended not to visit the zones of the third level of restrictions;
– outdoor events can be attended by up to 4 thousand people, indoors – up to 1 thousand people;
– sports are allowed;
– restaurants and pubs will be open until 23:00.
– people can only gather on the street in groups of up to six people;
– local residents are advised to refrain from traveling;
– outdoor events can be attended by up to 2 thousand people, indoors – up to 1 thousand people;
– sports are allowed only on the street;
– pubs and bars will only be able to work if food is served with drinks.
– interaction with other households is prohibited;
– local residents are not recommended to leave the region without special need;
– any mass events are prohibited;
– sports are allowed only on the street and subject to social distance;
– restaurants, bars and pubs are open for takeaway and delivery only.