Can you travel from tier 3 to tiers 1 and 2? New rules explained

can you travel from tier 3 to tiers 1 and 2 new rules explained

National lockdown restrictions in England may be lifting on 2 December, but Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that the country will be going into a stricter tiers system, with different rules applicable depending on the risk level and prevalence of coronavirus in each region.

The government has yet to confirm which areas are in which tiers – ranging from 1 to 3 – but it has outlined the rules for each category.

Many Britons will be wondering what’s allowed when it comes to travelling between tiers, and whether it’s permissible to visit friends and family or to enjoy a well-earned staycation.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Can I travel from tier 1 to tier 2?

Tier 1 is classified as “Medium Alert” and comes with the lowest level of restrictions. People living in this tier can meet people from other households indoors and outdoors (as long as it’s in groups of no more than six), stay overnight somewhere other than their own home and there are no restrictions on travel or using public transport.

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They are able to travel to tier 2 (“High Alert”) regions, but “should follow the rules for that area” while there, which are stricter.  

In tier 2, they can only meet others outside their household while outdoors in groups no bigger than six, and cannot stay overnight somewhere if it means being inside with people outside their household or support bubble; for instance, staying with another family in a self-catering apartment or holiday cottage would not be allowed.  

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