From 2 December, England leaves its second national lockdown and returns to a modified system of tiered restrictions. There are three tiers, officially graded by “risk” but in fact also reflecting such considerations as the resilience of an area’s NHS. Even the least restrictive tier 1 maintains the rule that no more than six people should gather at once. The most restrictive tier 3 requires all pubs and restaurants to remain closed.
Meanwhile, Scotland has its own five-level tier system. Wales and Northern Ireland have national restrictions in place. Use our postcode search to find out what you can and can’t do based on where you live.