Prime Minister Boris Johnson is encouraging people to reduce the number of trips they take on public transport to reduce the level of infection with the Coronavirus.
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire are placed on high alert, which means residents cannot mix with other families at home.
This means that mixing of homes is prohibited indoors and in pubs, bars, restaurants, social clubs, casinos and other leisure facilities.
Residents will be able to meet people from other families in an outdoor environment, such as a garden or open and public spaces, allow social distancing and adhere to the “rule of six”.
The Nottingham Covid Case The current rate per 100,000 people is 830 cases, the highest of any region in England.
The exact data for the 7 days through October 8 are prof Spike in the previous week, when the rate was 314.5 per 100,000 people.
Other areas close to Nottingham, including Gedling, Rushcliffe and Broxtowe, also saw their rates climb to more than 200 cases per 100,000 people.
The government required people to reduce their trips on public transportation which includes buses, trams and trains.
Details of the new restrictions posted on gov.uk stated: “You can continue to travel to places or facilities that are open for work or access to education, but you should strive to reduce the number of trips you take wherever possible.”
It comes as David Millen, president of Nottingham City Council, urged Nottingham’s people to avoid public transportation unless it is absolutely necessary.
He told Nottinghamshire Live: “It’s not just about not mixing with other families, it’s about not using public transportation unless you absolutely need it, to go to school or work.”