Christmas and the holiday season will be different this year for many of us, and possibly not how we planned it, so please let’s make 2020 the year we did all we could to protect each other. Coronavirus cases almost doubled in the last week in West Sussex and the county will move into TIER 4: STAY AT HOME restrictions from this Saturday (26 December).
Before then, on Christmas Day (25 December), the government has said up to three households can get together. This is a maximum (not a target), includes your own household, is for one day only, and MUST not include households already in tier 4.
Read more on Christmas Day bubbles here.
Most areas across the South will be moving to TIER 4: STAY HOME from Saturday. The new rules will mean we MUST not leave or be outside of our home or garden, except where we have a ‘reasonable excuse.’
Tier 4: STAY AT HOME rules
Remember: Hands. Face. Space. And #KeepWestSussexSafe.
See the latest data on coronavirus cases in West Sussex here
Christmas can be a difficult time of year for many, so it’s also really important to look after our mental wellbeing. If you or anyone you know needs support this year, the following links have some useful advice, guidance and tips: NHS Every Mind Matters
and Mind: Christmas and coronavirus
Please help us spread the message and share this information with friends, family and people in our community who might not otherwise see it, especially those not on social media or online.