There’s no change yet to Preston’s local Covid-19 restrictions.Advertisement
Preston City Council made the announcement yesterday (Friday 25 September) after a review by the Department of Health and Social Care.
It means the following restrictions for Preston, which were implemented on Friday 7 August, remain in place:
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While generally you must not meet people who you do not live with or are part of a protective support bubble with inside your home, there are some exceptions.
One such exception is that people looking after children under the age of 14 are exempt from the ban on mixing households. This covers formal and informal childcare, not playdates or parties.
In addition to the points listed above, the below is mandatory:
For more information on what you can and can’t do in Preston, visit the Preston City Council FAQs page.
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