Class restrictions will be in place throughout December, except for December 23-27, when the British are allowed to mix with three families indoors to celebrate the festive season. However, a new Christmas advice on the government website added that Santa’s Caves will be allowed to open at all levels if they are in open spaces, as long as social distancing is in place. Singing from door to door will also be allowed. But the people who are The performance or exercise was warned that only they could do so In a professional capacity or as part of a supervised activity for those under the age of 18.
People on all three levels will be allowed to attend places of worship and travel to other parts of the country between December 23 and 27 to meet other families in their Christmas bubbles.
Depending on where people are in the UK, shopping and visiting the Christmas markets will also count.
There may be different rules for indoor shops, open stores, or Christmas tree markets.
But New Year’s Eve celebrations will be low-key this year as the government’s website warned: “You must follow the rules about where you can go and who you can meet, including New Year’s Eve.
“Your Christmas bubble won’t apply anymore.”
Boris Johnson released new Christmas guidelines
Come after The government said another 215 people had died within 28 days of the result of the Covid-19 virus test as of Sunday.
This brings the UK total to 58,245.
The separate figures published by UK statistics agencies for deaths where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, along with additional data on deaths that occurred in recent days, show that there have now been 73,000 Covid-19 related deaths in the UK.
The government said that as of 9 am on Sunday, there were 12,155 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK.
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Dominic Raab has warned that England may face another wave of Coronavirus
This brings the total number of cases in the UK to 1,617,327.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has issued a stern warning that England may face a third wave of Corona Virus If the ministers failed to “strike the right balance” with the restrictions, he said, he tried to persuade the Conservative Party rebels to support the caste system.
Dominic Raab refused to rule out a third national lockdown if there was another spike in cases in the new year, saying only that the government was “doing everything in its power to avoid it.”
But he sought to win over his Conservative colleagues, who criticize the three-tier system, ahead of the troubled Commons vote on the measures on Tuesday when lawmakers may reject the plan.
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The United Kingdom recorded another 215 deaths on Sunday
Raab insisted that the restrictions – which would subject large areas of England to strict rules – were necessary to “put pressure” on the pandemic and keep the country out of national lockdown.
But he said levels would be lowered in areas where the virus was receding, and told Sophie Ridge in Sky on Sunday: “We started with a more restrictive approach than before with the local approach.
“But this allows us to mitigate when we are confident the virus is retreating and stabilizing – there is a review every two weeks.”
Raab said that with the test, “these two things are the critical bridge for that light at the end of the tunnel in the spring.”
In an interview with the “Andrew Marr Show” on BBC One, he said there was a “risk” of a third spike in case numbers “if we did not strike the right balance.”
Asked if there would be another national lockdown if people fail to comply with the rules, Raab said, “We are doing our best to avoid that.”
His comments came after Boris Johnson wrote to Conservative MPs offering them another chance to vote on the restrictions early next year, saying the legislation would be “the sunset of February 3”.
In an effort to stave off the rebellion, the prime minister also said that in the first review of measures on December 16, he would move regions to a level where there is “strong evidence” that the coronavirus is in constant decline.