Aylesbury moves from Tier 3 to Tier 4 Coronavirus restrictions - here's all you need to know

Aylesbury has entered Tier Four coronavirus restrictionsAylesbury has entered Tier Four coronavirus restrictions
Aylesbury has entered Tier Four coronavirus restrictions
A devastating blow to people in the South East and Aylesbury Vale, as we have entered tier four coronavirus restrictions.

So here is all you need to know about the new rules that apply to us.

-People in tier 4 areas must stay at home over Christmas and not meet up with other households.

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-Under tier 4 restrictions, non-essential shops, hairdressers, and leisure and entertainment venues must close, with a new “stay at home” message introduced.

-People who need to travel for education or childcare are exempt, and exercise is unlimited. Where people cannot work from home, they will still be able to travel to work.

-Under the measures, households are not allowed to mix, but one person is allowed to meet with one other person outside in a public space. Support bubbles and those meeting for childcare are exempt.

-Those who are deemed clinically extremely vulnerable should not go to work and should limit time outside of their homes.

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-Tier 4 residents must not stay overnight away from home, and cannot travel abroad.

Unfortunately this means many of us will have to cancel Christmas plans.

However, One resident could meet up with another one person for a walk, but not a whole household of people.

People in all tiers are advised to stay local, and “think carefully” about whether they needed to travel abroad.

In all tiers, your restrictions follow you.

For example, if you live in a tier 3 area, you must continue to follow tier 3 rules even when you travel to a tier 1 or tier 2 area.

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