Six million more people will live in England under Tier 4 coronavirus restrictions after the UK government said the number of cases was rising at a “dangerous rate”. Hospital Covid hospitalizations have peaked since April, the peak of the first wave of the pandemic. From December 26 Tier 4 restrictions will be on Sussex, Oxfordshire, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire, all except Essex, Surrey and Hampshire Waverley, New Forest. Level 4 rules mean that people must be at home unless they are at work or in education. They may encounter another person in an open public space and all non-essential stores must be closed. People should not enter from a 4th level area. George Alagiah presents BBC News correspondent Laila Nathoo at BBC News Ten. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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