AS England battles the second wave of coronavirus, the country has been put into three tiers of lockdown.
The three tiers are tier 1: Medium risk, Tier 2: High risk and Tier 3: Very high risk.
Several areas of the North are now in tier 3, while London has been placed into tier 2 lockdown. Much of the rest of the country is still in tier 1.
Here is what you need to know if you are in tiers, 1, 2 or 3, regarding your holiday and travel plans.
Can I travel between tiers?
The restrictions placed on tiers 1, 2 and 3 are very different.
People living in tier 1 (medium risk) areas can travel to hotels and other holiday accommodation within tier 1 and also travel to tier 2 areas.
People living in tier 2 (high risk) areas can travel to hotels and other holiday accommodation within tier 2 and also to tier 1 areas, but only with