Tier 2 lockdown rules come into force for Hull and the East Riding on Halloween.
The new restrictions will apply from 12.01am on Saturday in both council areas, which restricts mixing with people outside of your own household or support bubble.
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Groups of up to six from two households can spend time together in a private garden under Tier 2 - but mixing with other households in any indoor venue is banned.
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Under the new lockdown restrictions, non-essential shops and supermarkets are allowed to remain open, but shoppers will still have to follow rules aiming to stop the spread of coronavirus, reports Yorkshire Live.
As long as they follow Covid-secure guidelines, supermarkets like Asda, Aldi, Tesco, M&S and Morrisons, and stores such as Primark, Next, Smyths Toys can all stay open to customers.
However, the official government guidelines say no one must mix in these venues with anyone they do not live with (or have not formed a support bubble with).
So while you are able to go shopping with your own household or support bubble, you cannot meet up with or mix with other households while you are there.
These rules also apply to:
Shoppers must also:
People who do not wear a mask can be fined £200, while repeat offenders can be charged up to £3,200.
Those who are clinically vulnerable to Covid-19, who have been shielding in the past, can still go shopping, but need to ensure they socially distance and follow Covid-19 safety guidelines.
Indeally, they should shop during quieter times when shops and supermarkets are less crowded.
In Hull weekly case rates stand at 248 people per 100,000. This increases to 332 per 100,000 in those aged 17-21 and is 259 per 100,000 in the over 60s.
Meanwhile, in the East Riding weekly case rates stand at 239 people per 100,000. This increases to 463 per 100,000 in those aged 17-21 and is 134 per 100,000 in the over 60s.
The region's death toll stands at 230.