South Holland will be in tier three of the coronavirus restrictions when lockdown ends next week.
The government has published a postcode checker showing which tier each area of England is in which confirms that South Holland in the top tier meaning the toughest restrictions.
Tier three restrictions mean:
No mixing of households indoors or most outdoor places – rule of six in outdoor spaces such as parks and sports courts.
Hospitality venues closed, except for takeaway, drivethrough or delivery
Indoor entertainment venues closed
Avoid travelling outside the area other than where necessary, including foreign travel
No overnight stays outside the local area, unless necessary for work, education or similiar reasons.
Accommodation closed (with limited exceptions such as work purposes)
Places of worship open but people cannot interact with anyone outside their household or support bubble
Weddings, civil partnerships and wakes can have 15 guests – but no wedding receptions allowed
Funerals can have 30 guests
Exercise classes and organised adult sport can take place outdoors, but avoid higher-risk contact activity.
Group exercise and sports indoors should not take place, unless with household/bubble
Elite sporting events can take place but with no spectators
Live performances, large outdoor events and large business events banned but drive-in events permitted
Tier 3 areas will get rapid-result COVID-19 tests with the Army helping out to help bring down infections
The government has confirmed tiers will be reviewed on December 16.