But what exactly can open under the strictest tier?
We have compiled a list of cans and can’ts below for tier-4 areas.
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What can’t open:
Non-essential retail such as clothing and hardware stores, can offer click’n’collect as long as it can be collected off the premises
Tobacco and smoke shops
Electronic goods and Imobile phone stores
Cafes, can still offer takeaway services
Restaurants, can still offer takeaway and delivery services
Pubs, can still offer takeaway and delivery services,
Leisure and sports facilities
Indoor swimming pools
Indoor climbing walls
Indoor sports courts
Indoor fitness and dance studios
Indoor riding centres
Museums and galleries
Ice skating rinks
Indoor play and soft play
Hair, beauty, nail and tanning salons
Body and skin piercing services
Community centres and halls
Some of these venues may be allowed to open under exemptions, which would include for education or training purposes, childcare purposes, hosting blood donations sessions, food banks, to provide medical treatment, for elite sport persons to train, for training and rehearsal without an audience and for making TV and film.