People from separate households cannot meet indoors and the rule of six applies outside;Pubs must close unless operating as restaurants, with alcoholic drinks served alongside meals;Tier Three will be the toughest level of restrictions and rules have been tightened up to make them stricter than before. All of the Tier Two rules apply as well as the following: … [Read more...] about Dash for London restaurant tables when lockdown ends: Tables are ALREADY booked up at top eateries on December 3 as capital pins its hopes on a return to Tier Two
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Although diners in Los Angeles are allowed to remove masks while eating, Governor Gavin Newsom clarified last month that they should keep them on before they begin eating and after the finish, as well as during any downtime during their meals. … [Read more...] about Rihanna trades in her braids for an edgy mullet as she shuts down high-end Italian restaurant for a private dinner with her hairstylist in LA
Only Cornwall, Scilly and the Isle of Wight have been put into the loosest Tier 1, which allows socialising inside homes and pubs subject to the Rule of Six. As a result most of England will be banned from mixing indoors with other households, apart from five days over Christmas. Pubs in Tier 2 will only be able to serve alcohol with 'substantial' meals. … [Read more...] about What do Tiers mean for me, when will restrictions change… and what about Christmas? Vital Q&A on what post-lockdown life will look like from Dec 2
Nor are London's hospitals bursting at the seams with Covid patients, though you never hear ministers saying so. There are currently 1,489 patients with the virus in hospitals in the capital, less than a third of the number at the height of the pandemic in the spring. Of these, 253 are on mechanical ventilators, compared to a high of 1,046 in April. … [Read more...] about London could go into Tier THREE before Christmas: Hancock warns ‘there is a lot of work to do’ to keep the capital in Tier 2 ahead of review on December 16
Public attendance at outdoor and indoor events, including sports and business events, is allowed - limited to whichever is lower: 50 per cent capacity, or either 2,000 people outdoors or 1,000 people indoors Places of worship can stay open but you must not socialise with people from outside your household or support bubble while indoors 15 people can attend wedding ceremonies and receptions 30 people can attend funeral ceremonies Organised outdoor sport, and physical activity and exercise classes can continue Avoid travel to or overnight stays in tier 3 areas other than where necessary, such as for work, education or to receive medical treatment You can travel through a Tier 3 area as a part of a longer journey Nighclubs remain closed Which areas in England are going into Tier 2? "The majority of England will be in Tier 2," says Health Secretary Matt Hancock. … [Read more...] about Tier 2 Covid restrictions: What are the rules and which areas will be affected?