The national lockdown across the country has ended as of midnight today (00:01 on Wednesday 2nd December) however England is now returning to a tier alert level of restrictions.
North Tyneside, alongside the rest of the North East England, will be subject to the ‘Very High’ Tier 3 restrictions for a minimum of the next two weeks.
It means that from Wednesday 2 December:
- Households must not mix indoors or in private gardens unless in a support bubble
- Outdoor gatherings are limited to six socially-distanced individuals
- Hospitality settings will remain closed except for takeaway and delivery services
- Indoor entertainment venues, such as cinemas, theatres, bowling alleys and bingo halls, must remain closed
- Travel outside of the area is not recommended
You can find the full and detailed list of Tier 3 on the Government’s website, here.
These restrictions, which also apply to the rest of Tyne & Wear as well as Northumberland, County Durham and the Tees Valley, will be reviewed on December 16.
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