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Buckinghamshire to enter Tier 2 local restrictions on Wednesday 2nd December 2020

| November 26, 2020

On Wednesday 2nd December 2020 Buckinghamshire is to enter Tier 2 local restrictions.

The main restrictions of Tier 2 include:

  • Non-essential retail to reopen.
  • Household bubbles only allowed indoors, but rule of six expected to continue outdoors.
  • Pubs and restaurants are allowed to reopen but only if they serve substantial meals. Restricted to own household and table service only. Last orders called at 10.00pm ahead of an 11.00pm closing time.
  • Places of worship to reopen, with people required to remain in their own household bubbles.
  • Schools to remain open.
  • Gyms to reopen, with outdoor and grass roots and children’s team sports back on.
  • Cinemas to reopen.
  • Libraries and Leisure Centres will re-open.
  • Minimising travel and working from home where possible; if you live in a Tier 2 area and travel to a Tier 1 location for work – you must still adhere to Tier 2 guidance

Full details of the restrictions and requirements are available on the Government website.

The Leader of Buckinghamshire Council Leader, Martin Tett, said: ‘The council will be working with its Members of Parliament, the Buckinghamshire NHS and local business organisations to understand the implications for our residents, our businesses and people’s health. We will advise more in due course.

Can I thank everyone in Buckinghamshire for their continued support and for following the rules, not only over the last month in lockdown but since the pandemic started.

*Source of article : Press release from Buckinghamshire Council.

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