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Self-isolate and get a test if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.

Read the restrictions during our move from alert level 2 to alert level 1.

Recent and upcoming changes

From 21 June

Wedding, civil partnership receptions or wakes can take place in regulated premises like hotels. The number of people is limited by venue size and a risk assessment.

Overnight stays in residential outdoor education centres are allowed for primary school children.

From 7 June

Regulated events allowed outdoors with up to 10,000 people seated or up to 4,000 people standing (subject to risk assessment)

Extended households can be formed between 3 households

Up to 30 people can meet in any outdoor area, including private gardens, public spaces and outdoor regulated premises such as cafes, restaurants and bars.

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