LONDON and components of the south east and east of England have been plunged into draconian Tier 4 restrictions.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson stated he made the modifications with a “very heavy coronary heart” as he cancelled Christmas for thousands and thousands of Brits. However, how lengthy will Tier 4 measures final?
Boris Johnson destroyed the Christmas plans of thousands and thousands of Brits as he launched strict Tier 4 restrictionsCredit score: Reuters
How lengthy will Tier 4 restrictions final?
Tier 4 measures will come into power from one minute previous midnight on December 20.
They may stay in place for 2 weeks with a overview attributable to take occur on December 30.
The drastic move will dash families’ hopes of Christmas together after a torrid year, and power thousands and thousands of individuals to remain dwelling for weeks to come back.
Boris has now informed round 20 million Brits in Tier 4 they will be unable to see their households this Christmas because of his powerful crackdown.
He warned the nation he couldn’t ignore the terrifying new pressure and vowed: “We have now to behave to guard the general public.”
Full checklist of areas in Tier 4
HERE is the complete checklist of areas in Tier 4.
Surrey (excluding Waverley)
The boroughs of Gosport, Havant, Portsmouth, Rother and Hastings
All 32 London boroughs and town of London.
Bedford, Central Bedfordshire, Milton Keynes, Luton, Peterborough
Essex (excluding Colchester, Uttlesford and Tendring).
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When is the subsequent overview?
A overview of the Tier 4 measures is predicted to happen on December 30.
It isn’t assured that the affected areas will exit Tier 4 on the overview date.
Well being Secretary Matt Hancock reviewed the tiered system on December 16 and modifications have been restricted.
Bristol and North Somerset moved from Tier 3 to Tier 2, whereas Herefordshire moved into Tier 1.
The information from Mr Hancock dashed the hopes of thousands and thousands of individuals in Manchester, Leeds and components of Birmingham who have been urging to be moved into Tier 2.