What shops can open in Tier 1, 2 and 3?
Restaurants, pubs and bars can reopen, serving until 10pm and closing at 11pm. You can socialise with up to six people indoors and outdoors, and alcohol will only be available via table service.
Hospitality businesses can continue to trade using delivery services, click-and-collect or drive-throughs after 10pm.
Entertainment venues like casinos, cinemas and theaters can open until 11pm, but attendance is limited to either 50 per cent capacity or 4,000 people outdoors and 1,000 people indoors – whichever is lower.
Non-essential retail, hairdressers and gyms can open, but nightclubs must be closed.
Patrons of pubs and restaurants can only drink alcohol with a substantial meal and may only sit indoors with their household or outdoors with up to six people from different households.
The same curfews as Tier 1 apply and you can only order using table service. Wet pubs and bars must close.
Entertainment venues must close at 11pm and attendance is limited to either 50 per cent capacity or 2,000 people outdoors and 1,000 people indoors – whichever is lower.
Non-essential retail, hairdressers and gyms can open.
Unlike in the first tier system, hairdressers and gyms and non-essential retail is open in every tier.
In Tier 3, hospitality businesses must stay closed apart from for takeaway service, click-and-collect, drive-through and delivery.
Indoor entertainment and tourist venues are closed.
Essential businesses like banks, opticians, dentists and garden centres will stay open.