Creative Options wishes to explain changes from the 1st June, and that will take place from 13th June:
From 13th June, you will be able to:
From 15th June:
The recent changes to the COVID rules from the government website are:
You still cannot:
You should continue to stay alert and limit your contact with others. Staying at home is the easiest way to do this.
If you are showing coronavirus symptoms, or if you or any of your household are self-isolating, stay at home.
It is now a criminal offence to:
You can meet in a group of up to six people, including you and any carers, but it remains essential to practise strict social distancing.
You can exercise or play sports in groups of up to six people from other households, but should only do so where it is possible to maintain a 2-metre gap from those you do not live with
You can spend time in gardens and other private outdoor spaces such as yards or roof terraces in a group of up to six people from different households – as long as you maintain social distancing at all times with people outside your household.
You can visit a clinically vulnerable person inside if you are providing care or assistance to them, following the advice set out here. You should not do so if you have coronavirus symptoms, however mild.
If someone is defined as clinically extremely vulnerable and asked to shield, you should follow the guidance for a shielded person as this is different from the broader clinically vulnerable group.
You can travel to outdoor open space irrespective of distance, as long as you can return the same night and do not put others at risk because of services you may need in the time you are away. You should continue to avoid using public transport and should cycle, walk or drive wherever possible.
You should not travel with someone from outside your household unless you can practise social distancing - for example, by cycling.
You should avoid using public transport if you can. You should cycle, walk or drive wherever possible. Consider all other forms of transport before using public transport. If you need to use public transport, users should follow the safer travel guidance for passengers.
Day trips to outdoor open space are permitted as long as you can return the same night.
You are not permitted to stay overnight away from the place where you are living for a holiday or a similar purpose. This includes staying overnight in a second home. If your work requires you to stay away from home, you can do but should continue to practise social distancing.
The guidance on the number of people attending funerals has not changed.
It is not possible to pray in a church, mosque, synagogue, temple or other places of worship. We will continue to review when it might be safe to ease restrictions on places of worship, including for private prayer. Apart from for individual prayer usage