Can I go to a museum? What the tier system means for art lovers

level 3

Although reserved for areas with very high or rapidly growing infection areas, non-essential shops can remain open. The example of Liverpool moving from Tier 3 to Tier 2 offers hope that areas can potentially shrug off the most draconian policies when their infection rates start to fall. London will join this tier from midnight on December 15th.

However, at this stage, all indoor entertainment venues must close. Museums, galleries, theaters and concert halls go dark. The restrictions also apply to indoor facilities in mostly outdoor locations such as sculpture parks, botanical gardens and tourist attractions.

You are also discouraged from taking “unnecessary” trips outside of your status zone, including overnight trips. Additionally, as with tier two, bring your tier limitations with you. So illegally crossing county lines to fix your museum is a no-go.

Level 4

Under Tier 4 restrictions, non-essential businesses must close and people must stay home or in their own yard at all times barring reasonable excuses such as work, essential shopping or education.

As such, Tier 4 restrictions require all entertainment venues to close, including museums, movie theaters and drive-thru events.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/art/what-to-see/can-visit-museum-tier-3-london-covid-tier-rules-open-closed/ Can I go to a museum? What the tier system means for art lovers


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