What is the difference between Tier One and Tier Two? TIER ONE Normal social distancing should be followed. Face masks on public transport and in shops etc.Rule of Six on gatherings indoors and outdoors, and 10pm curfew on pubs. TIER TWOThe Tier One rules still apply. In addition, households are banned from mixing in any indoor setting.That means that socialising inside homes and bars is off limits.However, in pub gardens, private gardens and other outdoor spaces it is still permitted as long as the Rule of Six is obeyed. Advertisement Sadiq Khan was accuse of ‘rushing’ London into a damaging lockdown today as nine million people face tougher curbs to tackle a coronavirus surge. The capital is braced for tighter Tier Two controls from midnight tomorrow after the mayor did a deal with ministers – although he is still demanding more money from the government and calling for a national ‘circuit breaker’. It means as of Saturday residents will be banned from mixing with other households indoors, including in bars and other venues. Socialising outdoors – including in pub and private gardens – will still be allowed within the Rule of Six. Overall, nearly 30million people – around half the population of England… Read full this story
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