Public COVID-19 Data Table: Lower Tier Regional Breakdown

Coronavirus trends statuses in UK regions: new cases, deaths and lockdown statuses

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Coronavirus trends statuses in UK regions: new cases, deaths and lockdown statuses

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Data last updated: September 11th at 4:36PM

Almost all legal restrictions have been lifted in England. As of July 19th, almost all legal restrictions have been lifted. There is no requirement to stay 2 metres apart with anybody and you are permitted to meet with how many people you would like. It is recommended however, that you gradually increase the number of close contacts at a slow and steady pace to minimise the risk, especially at a time of high prevalence. It is advised that if you meet inside, you keep windows open to let fresh air into the premises. You are no longer instructed to work from home, however this will be a slow process to get everyone back. There is no requirement to wear face coverings, however you must follow the rules provided by public transport or shops as some are still enforcing this rule. Funerals, weddings, wakes and other ceremonial events are no longer capacity limited. All are permitted both indoors or outdoors. Places of worship remain open and are no longer capacity limited. All remaining closed businesses/venues including nightclubs and adult entertainment venues are allowed to reopen. Sporting, entertainment and business events are no longer capacity limited. Pubs, restaurants and bars are no longer required to provide table service or require social distancing. Businesses are no longer required to collect customer contact details for NHS Test and Trace, however may do so if they wish. If you develop COVID-19 symptoms, you should self-isolate and book a PCR test, even if the symptoms are mild. You should still self-isolate whilst you are waiting for the result. If you test positive, you must self-isolate for 10 days from the day your symptoms started or when you took the test, this is still a legal requirement. If you are to travel domestically, you are advised to take caution and travel safely. If you plan on travelling abroad, you must check to see if the destination is on the red, amber or green list. Overseas travel is not permitted to red and amber listed countries. For green listed countries, you must check the rules in your destination regarding testing or quarantine requirements. If you are travelling from a different country, you must check to see if your country is on the red, amber or green list. Fully vaccinated people returning to England from amber or green countries will not need to quarantine. For the full guidance, please visit gov.uk/coronavirus

New Cases Summary - England

North West Greater London North East East Midlands East of England South East Yorkshire and the Humber West Midlands South West

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Data Collection and Analysis by Lawrence Gilder (@LawrenceGilder on Twitter)

Public COVID-19 Data Table: Lower Tier Regional Breakdown
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Tags Coronavirus, Data, Lockdown, Lockdown status, Regions, UK
Type Google Sheet
Published 12/09/2021, 08:20:10

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