Coronavirus (COVID-19)—Manchester to enter local lockdown from 23 October

Coronavirus (COVID-19)—Manchester to enter local lockdown from 23 October

The Department of Health and Social Care has published guidance on additional restrictions which will be in place in Greater Manchester from 23 October 2020 due to increasing coronavirus (COVID-19) cases. From 23 October, Greater Manchester will be in local COVID alert level: very high.

The measures will affect:

• Manchester

• Bolton

• Bury

• Stockport

• Tameside

• Trafford

• Wigan

• Salford

• Rochdale

• Oldham

The full list of local COVID alert levels by area has been updated accordingly.

In addition to the general guidance for very-high COVID alert level areas, casinos, bingo halls, betting shops, adult gaming centres and soft play areas will not be allowed to open.

Source: Local COVID alert level: very high (Greater Manchester)

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