When will tier four be reviewed in Aylesbury?

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On Saturday, Boris Johnson announced new tier 4 restrictions for London, the south-east and east of England, amid a surge in Covid-19 cases and alarm about a new strain of coronavirus spreading rapidly in the region.

Both Buckinghamshire and Aylesbury Vale moved into tier 4 yesterday (Sunday).

Here's everything you need to know about the new restrictionsUnder tier 4 restrictions, non-essential shops, hairdressers, and leisure and entertainment venues must close, with a new “stay at home” message introduced.

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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.

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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.

The measures will be reviewed on 30 December, as part of a wider review of tier restrictions.