Nottingham and Nottinghamshire are set to return to Tier 3 restrictions after the national lockdown ends next week, it has been confirmed.
Retail stores will be able to reopen their doors, however there will be restrictions on other businesses in the hospitality sector.
Venues remain closed to the public but can continue serving takeaway and click-and-collect products, and other amenities such as hotels will remain shut.
Rules on social gatherings mean that you still cannot meet indoors or some outdoors settings with people you do not live with, unless in your support bubble.
The rules come into force on December 2 and will be reviewed in a few weeks, with alert levels set to be looked at again on December 16.
The new measures are in place for Nottingham and all districts and boroughs of Nottinghamshire.
Please bear in mind that Nottinghamshire remains in full lockdown until the new restrictions come into force on the 2nd December, and that some tier definitions have been tightened since the last local restrictions. You can review these on the link below.
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