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Stephens, Lydia (9 November 2020). "Queues at Primark in Cardiff as non-essential shops in Wales reopen". WalesOnline . Retrieved 26 November 2020. On 13 May 2020, those in England were allowed to meet one other person not from their household outside whilst maintaining a 2-metre social distance, [61] and from 28 May groups of up to six from different households were allowed to meet outside, keeping a safe distance. Mr Johnson said analysis by the government's New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group (NERVTAG) suggests the new strain could increase the R rate by "0.4 or greater" and might be "up to 70% more transmissible".

Many businesses are closed and people cannot mix with others. People are still required to wear masks in indoor public spaces including shops, socially distance from other people when they are around them and limit the use of public transport unless it is not possible. Weddings and civil partnerships can still take place, although only with a maximum of six people in attendance. Funerals can be attended by a maximum of 30 people. People are still allowed to move home – although people outside of households and support bubbles should not help.High school pupils in Scotland to wear face coverings from 31 August". BBC News. 25 August 2020 . Retrieved 26 October 2020.

Based on the latest available data, the UK has vaccinated more people than the rest of Europe combined and we will continue to accelerate our vaccination programme at pace. London is under Tier 4 restrictions. As of the latest announcements three quarters of England's population is now living under Tier 4.Schools reopened full-time from September 2020, and from Wednesday 9 September, the slogan changed once more, to "Hands, Face, Space" reminding the public to wash or sanitize hands often, wear a face covering in enclosed spaces, and keep a space of one metre or more from others, as well as letting fresh air in at public spaces

Poppleston Allen (September 2021). "How COVID-19 changed the Hospitality Industry". (popall) . Retrieved 25 October 2021. Vaccinating the most vulnerable will protect those at highest risk from COVID-19 and this will remove a significant amount of the pressure currently facing the NHS. The UK government announced a further 27,052 confirmed COVID-19 cases across the UK on Saturday, with 534 more people having died within 28 days of testing positive for the virus. Step four of the roadmap, planned for 21 June, is delayed four weeks to allow more people to receive the vaccine, as the variant causes new spike in cases and becomes the dominant strain.A woman who did not wish to be named said she and her partner had made a "split decision" to take their young son to her parents' home on the coast. We appreciate this is highly concerning, however we would urge parents not to call the office at this point so that we can continue to keep the phone lines clear." From 1 June 2020, English primary schools were encouraged to re-open to Reception, Year 1 and Year 6, and extremely vulnerable people shielding at home were advised it was safe to go outside for once-daily, socially-distanced exercise, for the first time in approximately two months. [ citation needed] Up to one in four Covid-19 tests conducted in some London boroughs were positive in the week before Christmas.

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