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Latest Update on Government COVID Restrictions

Boris Johnson has set out a raft of new coronavirus restrictions for England which could last for up to six months.

The following rules apply from Thursday in England:

  • The planned reopening of conferences, exhibitions and events on 1st Oct has been suspended
  • Pubs, restaurants and bars will have to close at 10pm (except for takeaways)
  • Only “table-only” service will be allowed at pubs, restaurants and bars
  • Staff in retail and indoor hospitality will have to wear masks
  • The Covid-secure workplace guidance will become a legal obligation.
  • The number of people able to attend a wedding is being reduced to 15 from the previous 30
  • The £10,000 fines imposed on those who don't quarantine will now be applied to businesses and the penalty for failing to wear a mask or breaking rule of six will double to £200.
  • Exemptions to the “rule of six” will be reduced.
  • People have been asked to work from home if they can.


Latest Update on Government COVID Restrictions