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New Covid Restrictions

This afternoon, Prime Minister Boris Johnson held a press briefing announcing that England will be moving to plan B, while continuing to work closely with the Devolved Administrations. The measures announced include: IMPORTANT TO MOST HAUNTED EXPERIENCE - Friday 10 December, face coverings will become compulsory in most public indoor venues, such as cinemas, theatres and places of worship. There will be exemptions in venues where it is not practical to wear one, such as when you are eating, drinking or exercising. For that reason, face masks will not be required in hospitality settings. DOES NOT EFFECT MOST HAUNTED EXPERIENCE - The re-introduction of guidance for everyone who can work from home. This will be introduced from Monday 13 December. From Wednesday 15 December (subject to parliamentary approval) the NHS Covid Pass on the NHS App will become mandatory for entry into nightclubs and settings where large crowds gather, including: Unseated indoor venues with more than 500 people Unseated outdoor venues with more than 4,000 people Any venue with more than 10,000 people. The NHS Covid Pass can still be obtained with two doses but this will be kept under review as the boosters roll out. Having considered the evidence since the emergence of Omicron, proof of a negative lateral flow test will also be accepted. The Prime Minister also outlined, as Omicron spreads in the community, daily tests for contacts will be introduced instead of isolation. People are being advised to test using a lateral flow device, particularly before entering a high-risk setting involving people you wouldn’t normally come into contact with, or when visiting a vulnerable person. Lateral flow devices remain free of charge and can be collected from local pharmacies. ** ON A MOST HAUNTED EXPERIENCE EVENT YOU WILL NOW NEED TO WEAR A FACE COVERING INSIDE OUR LOCATIONS FROM 10TH DEC 2021 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE ***


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