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England Going Into Another Lockdown

 England Going Into 2nd lockdown 

Written by Harvey Tran 03/11/2020 

During 5th of September and onward, England will go into a second lockdown, this will include the new national restriction rules: 

which means you should stay inside your house possible unless important specific purposes like: 

 

Stay at home

which means you should stay inside your house possible unless important specific purposes like:

  • education where is not provided online.  

  • Where work remains open and is not available online  

  • going outdoors in public places with the maximum of one person from another household 

  • shopping for essential ‘s like food and medicine however this should be kept this should  

Social distancing: 

  • wear face masks 

  • hand sanitise frequently 20 seconds 

  • stay 2 meters apart from people that are not from the same household 

 

Meeting with family and friends: 

  • It is important not to meet people socially indoors unless they’re from the same household  

  • However, you can visit outdoor public places with one person from another household 

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Businesses and venues: 

The government has decided to close many venues and businesses to keep social contact at a low Closing many 

  • non-essential retail  
  • indoor and outdoor leisure facilities  
  • entertainment venues 
  • personal care facilities 

 

Going to work: 

To reduce the spread of the virus everyone who can work from home must do so whereas people who cannot and are important for the country (constructing or manufacturing) should continue to travel to work. 

 

Going to school, college, and university 

The government has decided it is important the youth education and future are not worth closing schools for. Important measures are going to be used to keep the schools as safe as possible 

 

Travel:

  • travelling should be kept to a minimum and the number of journeys should be reduced to the most amount possible 

  • travelling to schools 

  • hospital GP or medical appointments 

  • exercise if short 

 

 

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