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No households mixing indoors, or in private gardens, unless in your support bubble
Outdoor recreation encouraged, you can meet only one person outside your household
Non-essential shops, leisure and entertainment venues closed
Stay at home - only leave for specific reasons including education and work
On Saturday 31 October 2020, Boris Johnson announced plans for a new four-week lockdown in England to begin on Thursday 5th November 2020.
This lockdown will replace the rules we have come to live by since the end of September when we were put into the Tier 2 restrictions. MPs will vote on the new lockdown restrictions on Wednesday but it is expected that the majority of MPs will vote in favour meaning the lockdown will begin on Thursday 5th November and end on Wednesday 2nd December 2020 (unless government takes a decision near the end of the planned lockdown to increase the period).
It can be difficult to keep track of the changing rules and guidance so we have tried to highlight the key information below.
Schools, universities and colleges will remain open
After 2nd December, it is expected that different regions will return to the tiers one to three, depending upon the rates of infection. We are currently in Tier 2 restrictions which you should continue to follow until Thursday 5th November 2020.
The government have published their initial guidance which can be found here
Autism in Mind will remain open but we will once again be working from home. You can contact us in the usual way. We can offer video, telephone, email, and text consultation
You can also find additional information here.
We understand this is an extremely difficult time for you and we’ll be working to support you as much as possible. If you need to talk please call us on 0191 567 2514 or text on 07706 191606. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or if you have any questions specifically relating to questions around Covid-19 restrictions and what they mean to you email Howard at email@example.com
Pubs and restaurants closed but takeaway is permitted