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The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement, application and interpretation

  3. 2.Revocation and saving

  4. 3.The emergency period and review of need for restrictions

  5. 4.Requirement to close premises and businesses during the emergency

  6. 5.Further restrictions and closures during the emergency period

  7. 6.Restrictions on movement

  8. 7.Restrictions on gatherings

  9. 8.Enforcement of requirement

  10. 9.Offences and penalties

  11. 10.Fixed penalty notices

  12. 11.Prosecutions

  13. 12.Expiry

  14. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Underlying Medical Conditions

      1. 1.Chronic (long-term) respiratory diseases, such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary...

      2. 2.Chronic heart disease, such as heart failure.

      3. 3.Chronic kidney disease.

      4. 4.Chronic liver disease, such as hepatitis.

      5. 5.Chronic neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease,...

      6. 6.Diabetes.

      7. 7.Problems with the spleen, such as sickle cell disease or...

      8. 8.A weakened immune system as the result of conditions such...

      9. 9.Being seriously overweight, with a body mass index of 40...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Businesses subject to restrictions or closure

      1. PART 1

        1. 1.Restaurants, including restaurants and dining rooms in hotels or members’...

        2. 2.(1) Cafes, including workplace canteens (subject to sub-paragraph (2)), but...

        3. 3.Bars, including bars in hotels or members’ clubs.

        4. 4.Public houses.

      2. PART 2

        1. 5.Cinemas.

        2. 6.Theatres.

        3. 7.Nightclubs.

        4. 8.Bingo halls.

        5. 9.Concert halls.

        6. 10.Museums and galleries.

        7. 11.Casinos.

        8. 12.Betting shops.

        9. 13.Spas.

        10. 14.Nail, beauty, hair salons and barbers.

        11. 15.Massage parlours.

        12. 16.Tattoo and piercing parlours.

        13. 17.Skating rinks.

        14. 18.Indoor fitness studios, gyms, swimming pools, bowling alleys, amusement arcades...

        15. 19.Funfairs (whether outdoors or indoors).

        16. 20.Playgrounds, sports courts and outdoor gyms.

        17. 21.Outdoor markets (except for stalls selling food).

        18. 22.Car showrooms.

        19. 23.Auction Houses.

      3. PART 3

        1. 24.Food retailers, including food markets, supermarkets, convenience stores and corner...

        2. 25.Off licenses and licensed shops selling alcohol (including breweries).

        3. 26.Pharmacies (including non-dispensing pharmacies) and chemists.

        4. 27.Newsagents.

        5. 28.Homeware, building supplies and hardware stores.

        6. 29.Petrol stations.

        7. 30.Car repair and MOT services.

        8. 31.Bicycle shops.

        9. 32.Taxi or vehicle hire businesses.

        10. 33.Banks, building societies, credit unions, short term loan providers and...

        11. 34.Post offices.

        12. 35.Funeral directors.

        13. 36.Laundrettes and dry cleaners.

        14. 37.Dental services, opticians, audiology services, chiropody, chiropractors, osteopaths and other...

        15. 38.Veterinary surgeons and pet shops.

        16. 39.Agricultural supplies shop.

        17. 40.Storage and distribution facilities, including delivery drop off or collection...

        18. 41.Car parks.

        19. 42.Public toilets.

  15. Explanatory Note

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