Via Dorset Council:

The Government has announced that the Dorset Council area will exit out of national restrictions (lockdown) into Tier 2 (High Alert) on Wednesday 2 December. The main restrictions under Tier 2 are:

  • no mixing of households indoors, apart from support bubbles
  • pubs and bars must remain closed, unless operating as restaurants

We understand that the Government will review this tiering on 16 December.

A summary of the Tier 2 restrictions can be seen in the poster below and found on the UK Government website: Tier 2: High alert

There will be a live public briefing tonight (26th November 2020) at 7pm, where you can hear more from Sam Crowe, Director of Public Health Dorset, on what this means for us all. You can submit questions in advance to The briefing will be run via Teams using this link.

If you can’t make the briefing when it goes live or are unable to access the session via Teams, you can catchup on the Dorset Council YouTube channel afterwards.

Image from UK government setting out the Tier 2 restrictions

Dorset to move to Tier 2 Coronavirus restrictions from 2nd December
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