Lockdown takeaway rules – restaurants open but alcohol is banned

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Lockdown takeaway rules – restaurants open but alcohol is banned

A takeaway has been a welcome treat to many during the coronavirus lockdown as they are able to indulge in tasty food despite many other limitation

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A takeaway has been a welcome treat to many during the coronavirus lockdown as they are able to indulge in tasty food despite many other limitations. Can you still get a takeaway in the newest lockdown?

“You may only leave home for limited reasons permitted in law, such as to shop for essentials, to work if you absolutely cannot work from home, to exercise, to seek medical assistance such as getting a Covid test, or to escape domestic abuse.”

Alcohol takeaway

Alcohol takeaway has been banned across the UK.

Restaurants are banned from delivering alcohol, or offering it in click and collect or take away form.

Restaurants may only provide soft drinks throughout lockdown.

Shoppers can buy alcohol from supermarkets and shops to take home and drink.

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Supermarket lockdown rules will also be updated. 

Tesco has encouraged customers to shop in stores if possible and a traffic light system is in place.

Sainsbury’s has asked shoppers to avoid busy times, keep two trolleys apart and pay with card or mobile where possible.

Aldi has also rolled out a traffic light system to manage the flow of customers.



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