Government’s ‘traffic light’ system places parts of the country in different categories based on their infection rates
The government introduced a tiered ‘rule of three’ system to simplify local lockdowns in coronavirus hotspots
To ‘simplify’ the rules, Boris Johnson has introduced a new model of ‘Local Covid Alert Levels’ in England that will function as a traffic light systemUnder the system there will be three levels – medium, high and very high
In areas with particularly high infection levels, pubs, gyms and casinos may be forced to close in order to stop the spread
Prime Minister said new Covid alert levels were introduced to « crush this virus wherever it appears »
This is for areas with a higher level of infection This means the following measures are in place:
Level 1 lockout rules explained: what you can and cannot do in « medium risk alert zones
Level 3 lockout rules explained: what you can and cannot do in « very high risk alert zones
Use our interactive tool to see what level your region belongs to in the new English local locking system
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Level 2 lockout rules
World news – EN – Level 2 lockout rules: what are the new restrictions for « high » alert zones?
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