Sefton and Liverpool City Region to move in to in Tier 3: Very high alert

Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Sefton and the Liverpool City Region will move in to Tier 3, ‘Very high alert’ of the government’s COVID-19 alert system from 00:01 on 31 December 2020.

You can see the full list of restrictions for tier 3 and other tiers here

Here is a summary of some of the key restrictions in tier 3:

  • You must not meet socially indoors with anybody you do not or live with or have a support bubblewith unless a legal exemption applies
  • You can see friends and family you do not live with (or do not have a support bubble with) in some outdoor public places (including parks, beaches, public gardens) in a group of up to 6
  • There is separate guidance for support bubbles and childcare bubbles across all tiers
  • If you are clinically vulnerable you can go outside as much as you like but you should still try to keep your overall social interactions low. There is additional advice that clinically extremely vulnerable people must follow
  • Hospitality settings, such as bars, pubs, cafes, restaurants, and social clubs must close except for takeaway, delivery and click and collect services
  • Everyone who can work effectively from home should do so.
  • Where possible, you should stay local and avoid travelling outside your local area, meaning your village or town, or part of a city. People should continue to travel for reasons such as work, education, medical attention or if they have caring responsibilities

More information
You can find a full list of all local restriction tiers by area here. 
Find information on support and FAQs from Sefton Council here.

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