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England Moves to Step 4

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England Moves to Step 4

from Monday 19 July

2021-07-19

England Moves to Step 4 from Monday 19 July

The Government has confirmed that England will move to Step 4 of the Roadmap out of Lockdown on Monday 19 July, with the removal of most legal restrictions in place to control the spread of COVID-19. However, cases are high and rising and it is still possible to catch and spread COVID-19, even if you are fully vaccinated.

Getting your vaccine if you haven’t already had it and taking regular rapid tests are still vital ways that we can keep the virus under control.  

Regulatory changes from 19th July

No limit on meeting people but try to meet others outside where possible.

Nightclubs open and no limits on people attending concerts, theatres or sport events

No limits or restrictions on weddings, funerals, communal worship.

Businesses and large events encouraged to use Covid certification to limit spread of virus.

People working from home can return to the workplace gradually.

Businesses and large events encouraged to use Covid certification to limit spread of virus.

Social distancing no longer mandatory.

 

How to stay safe – the key protection measures are still needed

Testing when you have symptoms and targeted asymptomatic testing in education, high risk workplaces and to help people manage their personal risk. 

Isolating when positive or when contacted by NHS Test and Trace.

Border quarantine: for all arriving from red list countries and for those people not fully vaccinated arriving from amber list countries. 

A gradual return to work over the summer. 

Face coverings recommended in crowded public spaces, such as public transport 

Being outside or letting fresh air in.

Some businesses and large events to use the NHS Covid Pass in high-risk settings. If sufficient measures are not taken to limit infection, the Government will consider mandating certification in certain venues at a later date.

For detailed information on Barnet Public Health’s recommendations guidance see the Barnet website

For more info see the Government’s guidance on staying safe. 

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