Coronavirus (COVID‑19)


Coronavirus restrictions remain in place across the country. In England:

  • Only socialise indoors with people you live with or who are in your support bubble
  • Up to 6 people or 2 households can meet outside
  • Work from home if you can and minimise travel
  • If you have symptoms get a test and stay at home

If you have no symptoms:

If you have coronavirus symptoms:

Find out what support you can get

For example, if you’re out of work, need to get food, or want to take care of your mental health.

Recent and upcoming changes

Restrictions are easing across the UK.

In Scotland

From 5 April, more shops open, outdoor contact sports can resume for 12 to 17 year olds and some college students return. Read the timetable for easing restrictions in Scotland on GOV.SCOT.

In Wales

From 12 April, you can travel between Wales and England. Non-essential shops will open and all students will return to school. Read the current rules for Wales on GOV.WALES.

In Northern Ireland

The next review will happen on or before 15 April. You can read the guidance on current restrictions on nidirect.

Guidance and support

The rules and roadmap

Testing and self-isolating

Work and financial support

Businesses and self-employed people

Schools, universities, education and childcare

Popular content

International travel

Vaccination

See specific guidance for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

Announcements

See all announcements

UK statistics

Total vaccinations

32.0 million

people have received their first dose

Last updated 09 April 2021

Vaccination data from the coronavirus data dashboard


Daily hospital admissions

221

new patients have been admitted to hospital

Last updated 06 April 2021

Healthcare data from the coronavirus data dashboard


Daily new cases

2,589

people tested positive with COVID-19

Last updated 10 April 2021

Cases data from the coronavirus data dashboard


All coronavirus information on GOV.UK