Full List of Lockdown Tier Levels by Area
Full List of Lockdown Tier Levels by Area
Full List of Lockdown Tier Levels by Area
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Full List of Lockdown Tier Levels by Area

Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently took to our screens once again to announce new lockdown measures to be introduced across the UK. The new tier or traffic light system categorises the UK into moderate, high and very high risk with each tier taking on additional lockdown measures. Each area and their category will soon be available on the NHS app and Gov.uk but in the meantime, we have a full list of lockdown tiers by area.

Last night Boris Johnson announced he would be plunging the UK into a new ‘traffic light system’ or three-tier system. The new tier system is being put in place to help slow the spread of coronavirus among soaring rates of infection and would categorise areas based on their rates of infection.

So far we know that areas in the first-tier which is classed as a moderate risk will have to adhere by the 10 pm hospitality curfew as well as the ‘no more than six’ rule for socialising.

Areas in the second-tier are classed as high-risk and people in those areas will not be able to mix households indoors.

Third-tier, also known as very high-risk areas will see a total shutdown of bars and pubs unless hey can operate as a restaurant. Additional lockdown measures will also be put in place for some areas such as Liverpool and Merseyside as agreed upon between ministers and local authorities.

For example, Liverpool and Merseyside have agreed to the full closure of restaurants, leisure centres and betting shops on top of their third-tier restrictions.

The PM has announced that postcode checkers will be installed in the government website Gov.uk as well as the NHS’s COVID-19 app and will be reviewed every four weeks.

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Full list of areas in each tier

Tier One/Medium Risk:

All areas of the UK are considered to be medium risk unless classed as high or very high risk.

Tier Two/High Risk:

Cheshire

Cheshire West and Chester

Cheshire East

Warrington

Greater Manchester

Manchester

Bolton

Bury

Stockport

Tameside

Trafford

Wigan

Salford

Rochdale

Oldham

Derbyshire

High Peak ‒ the wards of:

Tintwistle

Padfield

Dinting

St John’s

Old Glossop

Whitfield

Simmondley

Gamesley

Howard Town

Hadfield South

Hadfield North

Lancashire

Blackpool

Blackburn with Darwen

Burnley

Chorley

Fylde

Hyndburn

Lancaster

Pendle

Preston

Ribble Valley

Rossendale

South Ribble

West Lancashire

Wyre

West Yorkshire

Leeds

Bradford

Kirklees

Calderdale

Wakefield

South Yorkshire

Barnsley

Rotherham

Doncaster

Sheffield

Durham

Durham

Northumberland

Northumberland

Tyne and Wear

Newcastle

South Tyneside

North Tyneside

Gateshead

Sunderland

Tees Valley

Middlesbrough

Redcar and Cleveland

Stockton-on-Tees

Darlington

Hartlepool

West Midlands

Birmingham

Sandwell

Solihull

Wolverhampton

Walsall

Leicestershire

Leicester

Oadby and Wigston

Nottinghamshire

Ashfield

Bassetlaw

Broxtowe

Gedling

Mansfield

Newark & Sherwood

Nottingham City

Rushcliffe

Tier Thee/Very High Risk:

Liverpool City Region

Liverpool

Knowsley

Wirral

St Helens

Sefton

Halton

By Johanna Garner

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