Since the government announced its class-level restrictions earlier this month, there have already been a lot of changes.
London is now subject to Tier 2 restrictions from 17 October while Liverpool have been in Level 3 from the start.
Manchester joined Tier 3 starting Friday (23 October).
Kent It is still at Level 1 at the time of writing, but the situation is being closely monitored by the heads of health.
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Super Market They have now provided tips and tricks for couples and families looking to shop in Tier 2 areas.
Currently, “non-essential” stores and supermarkets continue to open their doors on all levels.
There are currently no changes in the law about couples and families at various levels regarding shopping for together.
Provided they live together or part of the same social bubble.
Here are the latest rules for couples and families to shop together.
Sainsbury’s has required families to send only one adult per family when shopping.
A company spokesperson said: “This helps us maintain a safe distance between people and also helps reduce waiting lists to reach stores.
“Our store teams will ask groups of more than one adult to choose one adult to shop and will ask other adults to wait.
“Children are welcome if they cannot stay at home.”
Asda encourages customers to shop alone if possible.
Aldi asked people to shop alone where possible, but he also introduced a traffic light system in the store to help limit the number of people at any time.
Tesco asked shoppers to shop alone wherever possible.
Lidl doesn’t provide any direct guidance for couples and families but does limit the number of people in the store.
Morrisons Customers are encouraged to adhere to the “one person per cart” rule.