People in Nottingham, Brookstow, Gidling and Rushcliffe are waking up to the fact that their regions will transition to Covid-19 level 3 restrictions

After discussions between the government and the council leaders, the new measures will take effect at one minute after midnight on Thursday, October 29, after the talks crisis.

The new measures will last for 28 days and will be subject to “close monitoring” by the government.

Wading in Level 3 It means that pubs and bars should be closed unless they serve meals while families are prevented from mingling indoors or in private gardens and beer gardens.

The only package of measures across these specific areas will be officially announced today (Tuesday, October 27) and leaders have agreed with the government “to achieve a sustainable reduction in infection Rates, ”especially to help protect at-risk populations, the NHS and social care services.

A subsidy package similar to that guaranteed in other parts of the country has been agreed to help residents and businesses who will be affected by the new restrictions.

More measures in these regions will be announced today in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Ashfield, Mansfield, Newark & ​​Sherwood, and Bassetlaw all remain within Level 2 restrictions and have avoided the most stringent measures from the government.

We’ll bring you the latest reaction and what it means for each area throughout the day below

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