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But with the new rules due to come into force at midnight tonight a lot of people have contacted The Guide Liverpool with questions they still had about what they could and couldn’t do as restrictions around Liverpool’s lockdown tighten.
We put the questions to Liverpool City Council and here are the answers …
A single person can be in a bubble with one other household.
Her household is the group of people she is currently living with.
The group of people you live with.
There is no law preventing that, but the advice is that you should not mix with another household outdoors.
Yes – that would be classed as essential travel.
Yes. They are classed as a COVID-safe environment because of the measures they have in place.
There is no law preventing that but the advice is that you should not.
They will be reviewed every two weeks.
Care homes can advise on this, but an example would be someone receiving end of life care.
It is all travel, except for that to work and school.
Yes, as long as you stay within your own household and wear a face covering. Most museums and major attractions are still open in Liverpool.
Yes, but they must only stay in any form of accommodation with members of their own household or support bubble.
Get more advice from Liverpool City Council about the Liverpool lockdown on their dedicated Coronavirus support page here.
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