Lancashire: poised to be upgraded to level 3.

A meeting took place this afternoon with local leaders and the government regarding Lancashire (or parts of it) being upgraded to Tier 3 of the new Covid alert levels (Very High Risk), and an announcement about this is expected. You can find more information about this here:  https://theshuttle.org.uk/leader-vows-to-support-local-businesses-as-tier-3-announcement-expected/

  • Designated venues which must display an official NHS QR code poster at their entrance, or at the point of service for customers and visitors to use, and keep a record of staff on premises, are:
    • Hospitality:
      • restaurants, including restaurants and dining rooms in hotels or members’ clubs
      • cafes, including workplace canteens
      • bars, including bars in hotels or members’ clubs
      • public houses
    • Leisure and tourism:
      • amusement arcades
      • art fairs
      • betting and bingo halls
      • casinos
      • clubs providing team sporting activities
      • facilities for use by elite and professional sportspeople (including sports stadia)
      • heritage locations and attractions open to the public (including castles, stately homes and other historic houses)
      • hotels and other guest accommodation provided on a commercial basis, including in bed and breakfast accommodation, boats, campsites, caravans, chalets, guest houses, holiday parks, hostels, motels, pubs, sleeper trains and yurts
      • indoor sport and leisure centres
      • outdoor swimming pools and lidos
      • museums and galleries
      • music recording studios open for public hire or other public use
      • public libraries
    • Close contact services:
      • barbers
      • beauticians (including those providing cosmetic, aesthetic and wellness treatments)
      • dress fitters, tailors and fashion designers
      • hairdressers
      • nail bars and salons
      • skin and body piercing services
      • sports and massage therapists
      • tattooists
    • Local authority run services:
      • community centres
      • youth and community centres
      • village halls
  • More information can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/maintaining-records-of-staff-customers-and-visitors-to-support-nhs-test-and-trace

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