There is no new requirement to distance oneself socially outside, and unlike Wales and Scotland, sporting events continue. Updated to reflect the publication of revised wedding and civil partnership ceremonies, receptions and celebrations, as well as new guidelines on what to do if you are planning a wedding or civil partnership or funeral, wake-up call or memorial service in places such as gardens or tents on private land. What exactly is social distancing? Video, 00:01:03What exactly is social distancing? You must follow the rules for international travel. You must not travel to countries or territories that are on the Red List. No matter where you are or what you do, following the basic rules of good hygiene will help protect you and others from COVID-19. These are: You should check the rules at your destination if you plan to travel to Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland or Ireland or the Channel Islands, as there may be restrictions. Updated in accordance with the new rules of 21 June. There are regulatory updates for weddings and civil partnership ceremonies and wedding receptions or civil partnership celebrations, commemorative events after a death such as wake-up, stone-laying or ash scattering, visits to nursing homes, and home visits for children. UK social distancing rules – one metre or two metres? Video, 00:01:10UK Social distancing rules – one meter or two meters? Information has been added that Nigeria was placed on the red list at 4 a.m. on December 6, and new rules for pre-departure testing for people traveling to England. Suffolk has been removed as a local government area receiving an increased response to COVID-19. Face coverings are primarily used to protect others from COVID-19 and not the wearer and do not replace social distancing and regular hand washing. However, he said everyone should “stay careful” and recommended socializing outside whenever possible.

Added a summary of planned or upcoming updates to COVID-19 rules to prevent the spread of the Omnicron COVID-19 variant. From 27 December, nightclubs will have to close and pubs and other restaurants selling alcohol will have to reintroduce table service. These rules will also be in place for at least three weeks. Current restrictions in England do not include restrictions on socialisation – so it is legally permissible for friends and family to see each other in private homes or meet in public places such as pubs and nightclubs. Updated with new tips for clinically extremely vulnerable people and clarification of the rules for staying with the members of your support bubble. There will be no more Covid restrictions in England before New Year`s Day, although the health minister has said people should “remain cautious” and the prime minister has urged people to test themselves before socialising. The guidelines for the transition to COVID-19 Stage 4 rules were updated on July 19. You should also wear a face covering in indoor spaces where social distancing can be difficult and where you come into contact with people you don`t normally meet. The UK government advises people to practice social distancing, but the distance varies depending on where you live. Some places such as health and social facilities, schools and prisons have their own specific screening rules and policies. You should always make sure that you are aware of this guide when you visit or work on it.

But it can be hard to know exactly what it looks like. Stricter regulations have already been introduced in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. This helps reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading to other members of your household and community. In both cases, you must isolate yourself at all times and have no contact with other people. There are very limited circumstances in which you don`t need to do this, such as . B seek medical help. If you leave your home during your self-isolation for an authorized reason, you must respect social distancing, stand 2 meters away from other people and wear a face covering if possible. In Wales, the advice is to always stick to two metres, but in Northern Ireland one metre of social distancing is allowed. In Scotland and England, you can now socially distance yourself with “one meter more”, but the advice is always to stick to two meters where you can to protect yourself from the coronavirus. But even if you`ve been fully vaccinated, you can still contract COVID-19 and pass it on to others. Although vaccines offer high levels of protection against serious illness, hospitalization and death, a recent UKHSA report shows that about 1 in 5 people who have received both doses are still prone to being infected with the delta variant and showing symptoms. You can continue to transmit COVID-19 to others.

We must all do everything in our power to reduce the spread of COVID-19, protect others, and reduce the risk of developing and spreading new variants. Updated to clarify the rules for mixing indoor spaces with the members of your support bubble. Find out which list the country you`re from and what you need to do. Updated with a new summary: “How the rules will change on May 17.” Self-isolation means that you stay at home at all times and do not have to leave except in very limited circumstances, for example, to see a doctor. Do not invite visitors to your home or garden. Wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer regularly throughout the day. You should wash your hands after coughing, sneezing and blowing your nose and before eating or handling food. Wash your hands after coming into contact with surfaces touched by many others, such as handles, handrails and light switches, as well as common areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. If you have to leave your home, wash your hands as soon as you return. Ventilation is the process by which this common air is replaced by fresh air from the outside.

The more ventilated an area is, the more fresh air there is to breathe and the less likely a person is to inhale infectious particles. Updated to reflect the publication of revised guidelines for organizing or attending funerals during the coronavirus pandemic. Darlington Borough Council, Durham County Council, Gateshead Council, Hartlepool Borough Council, Middlesbrough Council, Newcastle City Council, North Tyneside Council, Northumberland County Council, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, South Tyneside Council, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Sunderland City Council as local authorities receiving an increased response to COVID-19. Cover your mouth and nose with disposable tissues if you cough or sneeze. Prime Minister Boris Johnson also urged people to test themselves before meeting friends or family to celebrate the end of 2021. There are places where you are legally required to wear a face covering. The risk of contracting or transmitting COVID-19 may be higher in some places and during certain activities. COVID-19 is spread by airborne transmission, close contact by droplets and on surfaces. Airborne transmission is a very important way to circulate the virus.

It is possible to get infected by a person with whom you do not have close contact, especially if you are in a crowded and/or poorly ventilated room. If you are a contact (you have recently been in contact with someone who has tested positive or has symptoms of COVID-19), you will need to self-isolate for a full 10 days after contact with that person. The list of areas where the delta variant extends has been updated with new tips. There is currently no travel ban to prevent people from going to a nightclub in England, but Deputy Prime Minister John Swinney said it would go against the “spirit” of Scotland`s Covid measures. .