As a country, we all need to do what we can to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
That is why the government has given clear guidance on self-isolation, staying at home and away from others, and asked that schools only remain open for those children who absolutely need to attend.
On 23 March the government, stepped up measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus and save lives. All businesses and premises outlined in the table below must now close.
Takeaway and delivery services may remain open and operational in line with guidance on Friday 20 March. Online retail is still open and encouraged and postal and delivery service will run as normal.
Employers who have people in their offices or onsite should ensure that employees are able to follow Public Health England guidelines including, where possible, maintaining a 2 metre distance from others, and washing their hands with soap and water often for at least 20 seconds (or using hand sanitiser gel if soap and water is not available).
Parks will remain open but only for individuals and households to exercise once a day. Communal spaces within parks such as playgrounds and football pitches will be closed.
New rules and opening hours have been brought into force by supermarkets across the UK as they battle to keep shelves stocked, get food and supplies to everyone who needs them and ensure the safety of customers and staff.
Asda, Aldi, Tesco, Lidl, M&S, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Iceland have all changed their opening hours and have put new rules in place, reports Liverpool Echo