Uk News What we know about when overnight stays will be allowed ahead of lockdown announcement United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - People are currently only allowed to stay overnight away from their primary residence if they have a "reasonable excuse"

Uk News What we know about when overnight stays will be allowed ahead of lockdown announcement United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - People are currently only allowed to stay overnight away from their primary residence if they have a "reasonable excuse"

Uk News  What we know about when overnight stays will be allowed ahead of lockdown announcement United Kingdom news
22 February 2021 - 15:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Boris Johnson’s roadmap announcement on Monday evening will include changes to the rules on socialising and travel.Under the plans, the Government is preparing to tell people that they can meet one-on-one outdoors from the beginning of March.But the rules on overnight stays, either for social visits or tourism, look likely to remain unchanged.The i newsletter latest news and analysisEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.Here’s everything we know so far on when overnight stays will be allowed to take place.Current overnight guidanceUnder the current lockdown rules, overnight stays are not allowed “unless you have a reasonable excuse”.Guidance on the Government’s website reads: “You cannot leave your home or the place where you are living for holidays or overnight stays unless you have a reasonable excuse for doing so.“This means that holidays in the UK and abroad are not allowed. This includes staying in a second home, caravan or boat, if that is not your primary residence.

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.”The reasons listed by the Government include;If you are visiting your support bubbleIf you are unable to return to your main residenceIf you need accommodation while moving houseIf you need accommodation to attend a funeral or related commemorative eventIf you require accommodation for work purposes or to provide voluntary servicesIf you are a child requiring accommodation for school or careIf you are homeless, seeking asylum, a vulnerable person seeking refuge, or if escaping harm (including domestic abuse)If you are an elite athlete or their support staff or parent, if the athlete is under 18 and it is necessary to be outside of the home for training or competitionRoadmap announcementBoris Johnson is expected to announce on Monday that people will be allowed to meet one-on-one outdoors from 8 March onwards.It is expected that larger groups will then be allowed to gather in parks and gardens from March 29.The “Rule of Six” will return, along with new measures allowing two households, totalling more than six people, to meet.And from 29 March, it is also understood that people will once again be able to travel out of their areas.However, guidance will likely still recommend staying local, meaning overnight stays will not be permitted.This means travelling to go on holiday or staying overnight elsewhere in the UK or abroad will still not be allowed until the Government says otherwise.It is understood that this evening’s announcement will be followed with further lockdown reviews in the coming weeks, which could see a relaxation of rules for the hospitality industry and a return to overnight stays.Further announcements on lockdown measures being eased are likely to take place every five weeks – according to BBC News.Additional reporting from the Press Association

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