To reduce the spread of coronavirus, the
government have told all non-essential premises to close down. But there has
been some confusion about what that actually means. So to clear things up,
here’s a full list of everything closed because of coronavirus. There are some exceptions. These are the places that can stay open. They also say if you live at a hotel, hostel or caravan site as an interim abode, you
can stay there. And key workers can stay at hotels if required. Community centres can be open for public services like food banks. Places of worship can allow funerals if they follow social distancing guidance. From now these closures are being enforced by law due to the threat to
public health. This means that people could be fined if they open their shops. But there is support for businesses. Find the link in the description to read more. The government says it will look at these measures again in three weeks and
decide whether to relax them or not.