Living with COVID-19

Face coverings and Covid passes are no longer legally required in England, after the relaxation of Plan B rules came into effect on 27 January.

Some shops have said they will continue to ask people to wear facemasks and rail operators also said passengers would be expected to wear face coverings. But all said they would encourage, not force, customers to comply.

Public health guidance urging people to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces when coming into contact with strangers will remain.

Organisations will also be able to choose if they require Covid passes from those visiting their venues.

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You can check the latest number of cases in Newark and Nottinghamshire by using the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Local Resilience Forum's dashboard.

Latest information

Residents - information, support and links for residents.

Businesses - information, support and advice for local businesses.

Community groups, carers and volunteers - information for local community groups offering and needing support.

Central government guidance - links to the latest government and NHS advice and rules.