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26 November 2020 12:32

Exercise: Classes and organised adult sport can take place outdoors, but some people should avoid higher-risk contact activity.

What tier will Andover be in post-lockdown?

The Isle of Wight will find out today (November 26) which tier we will be moving into, as areas of England leave the second national coronavirus lockdown. In an effort to combat infection rates those areas placed in tier 3 restrictions will be offered a mass testing programme for six weeks, the government confirmed. Meeting friends and family: Maximum of six indoors or outdoors, apart from with members of a single household or support bubble. Maximum of six indoors or outdoors, apart from with members of a single household or support bubble. Overnight stays: Permitted with household, support bubble, or up to six people.

Permitted with household, support bubble, or up to six people. Places of worship: Open, but cannot interact with more than six people. Travelling: Walk or cycle if possible, plan ahead and avoid busy times and routes on public transport. Walk or cycle if possible, plan ahead and avoid busy times and routes on public transport. Exercise: Classes and organised adult sport can take place outdoors, but must follow the rule of six indoors.

Classes and organised adult sport can take place outdoors, but must follow the rule of six indoors. Pubs and bars must close, unless operating as restaurants. Permitted with household or support bubble. Classes and organised adult sport can take place outdoors, but cannot take place indoors if there is any interaction between people from different households. No mixing of households indoors, apart from support bubbles.

Bars, pubs and restaurants: Hospitality is closed, with the exception of sales by takeaway, drive-through or delivery. Indoor leisure: Group activities and classes should not take place. Overnight stays: Government advise against overnight stays other than with household or support bubble. Government advise against overnight stays other than with household or support bubble. Indoor venues closed.

Open, but cannot interact with anyone outside household or support bubble. Avoid travelling outside your area, other than where necessary such as for work or education. Plan ahead and avoid busy times and routes on public transport. Exercise: Classes and organised adult sport can take place outdoors, but some people should avoid higher-risk contact activity. Classes and organised adult sport can take place outdoors, but some people should avoid higher-risk contact activity. Group exercise activities and sports indoors should not take place, unless with your household or bubble. THE whole of Dorset will be placed in tier 2 of the new coronavirus restrictions when lockdown ends on December 2. Each area will be placed into one of three tiers when lockdown ends on December 2 – but the system has been toughened from the previous regime, meaning more authorities will move into the higher tiers. • Meeting friends and family: No mixing of households indoors, apart from support bubbles. • Overnight stays: Permitted with household or support bubble. • Places of worship: Open, but cannot interact with anyone outside household or support bubble. Avoid busy times and routes on public transport. Avoid car sharing with those outside of your household or support bubble. Avoid travelling into a Tier 3 area, other than where necessary such as for work or education. • Exercise: Classes and organised adult sport can take place outdoors, but cannot take place indoors if there is any interaction between people from different households. • Large events: Sport, live performances and business meetings limited to 50 per cent capacity of 2,000 people outdoors (whichever is lower) and 50 per cent capacity or 1,000 people indoors (whichever is lower). WORCESTERSHIRE will be placed in the stricter tier two of the government's coronavirus restrictions. Tier two rules ban households from mixing indoors and the rule of six applies to people meeting outside. This means you cannot meet up with people you do not live with or people who are not in your support bubble at pubs and restaurants. Pubs and restaurants can close at 11pm but can only serve alcohol with a "substantial" meal. • You must follow the rule of six if you are meeting indoors or outdoors • Pubs and restaurants will close at 11pm • Pubs and restaurants will close at 11pm but last orders will be 10pm • No household mixing indoors or outdoors • Pubs and restaurants will close except for takeaway and delivery • Indoor entertainment venues will close It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times.