Which Covid tier is Hampshire in? Latest restrictions for Portsmouth, Gosport, Havant, Southampton, Winchester, Basingstoke, Eastleigh, Fareham, Rushmoor, Test Valley, Hart, East Hampshire, New Forest and Isle of Wight

More parts of the country have been moved into tier four coronavirus restrictions following the latest government review.

Wednesday, 30th December 2020, 3:56 pm

Matt Hancock announced on December 23 that most of Hampshire would put in the highest level of measures from Boxing Day, with only Isle of Wight and New Forest remaining in tier three.

Boris Johnson, the prime minister, announced the return to the tiered system in November, and restrictions came into force following the end of the second lockdown on December 2.

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Under tier four restrictions non-essential retail, hairdressers and gyms will have to close.

Indoor mixing between households is banned and residents living in tier four should not travel abroad.

We have listed which tier all Hampshire areas are now in, following the latest review of the tier system on December 30.

Portsmouth, Gosport and Havant were moved to tier four on December 20, and the rest of Hampshire aside from New Forest and Isle of Wight was moved up to tier four at 12.01am on Boxing Day. The remaining two areas will be in tier four from December 31.

Here are the updated tiers for Hampshire

If these tiers are changed we will update them on this page.

Tier 1 (Medium) – None

Tier 2 (High) – None

Tier 3 (Very High) – None

Tier 4 – Portsmouth, Gosport, Havant, Southampton, Winchester, Basingstoke, Fareham, Rushmoor, Hart, Test Valley, Eastleigh, East Hampshire, New Forest, Isle of Wight

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