Coronavirus restrictions remain in place. Find out what you can and cannot do.
If you have no symptoms:
If you have coronavirus symptoms:
- get a PCR test
- stay at home
Recent and upcoming changes
Restrictions are easing across the UK.
You should not travel to red or amber list countries or territories. Check what you need to do to travel internationally.
Step 3 restrictions remain in place. Follow the guidance on what you can and cannot do.
There is currently a 4-week pause at Step 3 of the roadmap. After 2 weeks, the government will review the data to see if the risks have reduced. It’s expected that England will move to Step 4 on 19 July.
The Delta COVID-19 variant is spreading in England. See where it’s spreading fastest and find out what you should do.
Weddings and commemorative events - from 21 June
The number of people who can attend weddings, civil partnerships and commemorative events following a funeral now depends on how many can be safely accommodated with social distancing measures in place. Follow the guidance on what you can and cannot do.
From 5 June, many areas are changing COVID-19 protection levels. Find out your area’s level in Scotland on GOV.SCOT.
From 7 June, you can choose 2 other households to meet indoors, becoming an extended household. Up to 30 people can meet outside, including in gardens and pubs. Read the rules for Wales on GOV.WALES.
In Northern Ireland
You can now socialise indoors in a group of up to 6 people from no more than 2 households, including for overnight stays. Up to 15 people from no more than 3 households can meet in a private garden. Shops, hairdressers and visitor attractions can reopen as well as indoor areas of pubs and restaurants. Read the guidance on current restrictions on nidirect.
Guidance and support
Everyone working in care homes to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19
Published 16 June 2021
People aged 21 and 22 can book their first COVID-19 vaccine (NHS England website)
Published 16 June 2021
Prime Minister's statement at coronavirus press conference on 14 June 2021
Published 14 June 2021
Public Health England (PHE) releases updates on the number of confirmed new cases of variants
Published 11 June 2021
people have received their first dose
Last updated 19 June 2021
Daily hospital admissions
new patients have been admitted to hospital
Last updated 15 June 2021
Daily new cases
people tested positive with COVID-19
Last updated 20 June 2021