Coronavirus (COVID-19)—Cambridgeshire and Norfolk among those entering Tier 4

Coronavirus (COVID-19)—Cambridgeshire and Norfolk among those entering Tier 4

The Department of Health and Social Care has announced that, following a review of coronavirus (COVID-19) tiers, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk will be among those joining a majority of the South East and East of England in Tier 4 restrictions. The move to Tier 4 for these local authority areas will commence from the beginning of 26 December 2020. In addition, many areas will be moving from Tier 1 to Tier 2, and Tier 2 to Tier 3.

From the beginning of 26 December 2020, the following areas will move to ‘Tier 4: Stay at Home’:

• Brighton and Hove

• Cambridgeshire

• remaining parts of East Sussex not already in Tier 4 (ie Eastbourne, Lewes and Wealden)

• remaining parts of Essex not already in Tier 4 (ie Colchester, Tendring and Uttlesford)

• Hampshire (ie Basingstoke and Deane, East Hampshire, Eastleigh, Fareham, Hart, Rushmoor, Test Valley, Winchester)

• Norfolk

• Oxfordshire

• Southampton

• Suffolk

• Waverley

• West Sussex

From the beginning of 26 December 2020, the following areas will move to ‘Tier 3: Very High alert’:

• Bristol

• Cheshire East

• Cheshire West and Chester

• Gloucestershire

• Isle of Wight

• New Forest

• Northamptonshire

• Somerset

• Swindon

• Warrington

From the beginning of 26 December 2020, the following areas will move from ‘Tier 1: Medium alert’ to ‘Tier 2: High alert’:

• Cornwall

• Herefordshire

Full details on all the changes having effect from 26 December 2020, in addition to local area breakdowns, are available: Government tiers review update.

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