Advice from the four nations on the Coronavirus pandemic
Here we take you through the latest public health guidance on what you should be doing during the Coronavirus outbreak and break this down to the specifics of each nation.
Page last reviewed: 16 July 2021
It is important to note that governments in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have each taken different approaches for their citizens, partly because they believe that the level of infection - and therefore the risk - will differ.
The appropriate authority for each country has identified key steps, we have used wording taken from each nation's official guidance below:
While cases are high and rising, everybody needs to continue to act carefully and remain cautious. This is why we are keeping in place key protections at step 4 from 19 July 2021: Find out what you can and cannot do.
Stick to the rules in your area - Scotland follows a COVID-19 levels system (0-4). Each Level has a different set of rules on what you can and cannot do.
Find out the level and rules for an area using the postcode checker.
Full information here.
From Saturday 17 July, Wales will complete the move to alert level 1: Full information here
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