PRIME Minister Boris Johnson has announced tougher coronavirus restrictions today including a 10pm curfew on hospitality places.
The restrictions, which apply to England and unveiled today by the PM, include both pubs and restaurants.
Restaurants and pubs can run table-only services and must close by 10pm.
The 10pm curfew will also apply to takeaway services too.
It comes as coronavirus infections have been rising steeply across the UK as the nation heads into winter.
The UK Covid alert level has also been raised from three to four.
Speaking today, Mr Johnson said: "The government will introduce new restrictions in England, carefully judged.
"There will be minimum damage to lives and livelihoods.
"This is nota return to a full lockdown. We’re not issuing a general instruction to stay at home."
List of places that will have to follow the 10pm curfew
BORIS Johnson has introduced new tougher coronavirus restrictions, including a 10pm curfew on the following hospitality places.
This list could be subject to change when the government reveals its finalised version.
- Bowling alleys
- Skating rinks
- Tourism attractions, eg The Shard and Blackpool Tower
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