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Latest information on the new coronavirus restrictions in Birmingham
From midnight Tuesday 13 October (one minute after midnight Wednesday 14 October) Birmingham residents will not be able to meet other households indoors (except with support bubbles) including indoor hospitality, leisure and retail.
This is in addition to the national ‘rule of six’ and the local ban on meeting other households in private homes – though the rule of six will now apply to private gardens. This applies both inside and outside the city boundaries.
The government has created a three-tier system – medium, high and very high – with Birmingham in the ‘high’ category.
Test and Trace support payment (for people on a low income)
Local Outbreak Plan - Covid-19
Report a concern about COVID-19 non-compliance
COVID-19 Community Champions
Support for residents
Support for businesses
Affected council services
Wellbeing during COVID-19
Local guidance during (COVID-19)
What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
Safeguarding adults with care and support needs
Birmingham's memories of COVID-19
- Lord Mayor gives thank you stickers to volunteers
- Active at Home
- Advice for supermarket visits
- Change, Grow, Live charity (CGL) launch 'Prevent' drug and alcohol app
- Do your bit to help reduce pressure on local pharmacies
- Guidance for those who provide unpaid care to friends or family
- Local Outbreak Plan - Covid-19
- Prevention advice for taxi drivers
- Statement to the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector
- Symptoms and preventing spread of the virus