The key guidance for the High Tier is:
You must not socialise with anyone you do not live with or who is not in your support bubble in any indoor setting, whether at home or in a public place
Make sure indoor spaces are well ventilated
Outdoors, minimise the number of people you meet from outside your household or support bubble, follow the ‘Rule of 6’, including in gardens and public spaces
Large events and gatherings are strongly discouraged
Places of worship remain open but you must not socialise with people from outside your household or support building while you are indoors
Restrictions apply on how many people can attend weddings and civil partnerships (15 people) and funerals (30 people).
Work from home if you can
Continue to attend school: all education settings including registered childminders remain open
Avoid travelling on public transport at busy times: walk or cycle if you can. Follow Tier 2 (High) rules if you travel to a Tier 1 (Medium) area. Avoid travel to Tier 3 (Very High) areas.
Businesses can continue to operate in a COVID-secure manner: remember to check in wherever you see the QR code for the NHS COVID-19 app
Hospitality venues operating as restaurants can provide table service only where alcohol is served and will be closed between 11pm and 5am (last orders at 10pm)
Organised outdoor sport, physical activity and exercise classes can continue. Indoor sporting activity is only permitted if people can avoid mixing with others they do not live with or who are not in their support bubble
Remember ‘hands, face, space’