Saturday 19th December 2020, 4:42 pm

Milton Keynes will enter a new ‘Tier 4’ coronavirus alert level starting tomorrow

Tier 4 will be the strictest set of coronavirus measures in England, coming just hours after Milton Keynes put Tier 3 restrictions in place this morning

The new rules mean all non-essential retail stores in Milton Keynes, as well as gyms and hairdressers across town, must close by the end of today

People in our area are instructed to stay at home according to the rules, except with limited exceptions – for example, when they cannot work from home for education, childcare, or exercise

In addition, thanks to Tier 4 rules, people in Milton Keynes are not allowed to have “Christmas bubbles” with other households

People outside of Tier 4 areas are advised not to enter any area within the new restrictions

The rules state that only one person from one household can meet with another person from another household outside, but exceptions for support and childcare remain

Mr Johnson has said that the new variant of the virus is behind the changes that “could increase the R by 04 or more”, although there is still considerable uncertainty

Officials have commented on the news that Milton Keynes will move into the newly introduced Level 4 starting at midnight tonight

Intu Milton Keynes has confirmed they will close starting tomorrow as Milton Keynes prepares to comply with Tier 4 coronavirus restrictions

Christmas bubbles for Milton Keynes have been canceled as the city prepares to enter Tier 4 from midnight

Three people were arrested after a gun battle earlier this week in Milton Keynes

There were large queues on the M1 north south of Milton Keynes this morning after a car and truck accident

Milton Keynes woke up to first morning with Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions that are in place across the county

According to Public Health England, 272 positive coronavirus cases were registered in Milton Keynes on Friday

As across England and Wales, knife crime and serious violence have increased in recent years, and the same trend can be seen in Milton Keynes

The Office for National Statistics has released new localized data on the number of deaths from coronavirus

Deadly blue-green algae have been identified in another park in Milton Keynes as dog owners are warned to keep their animals away from the lake

Employees at the Drive-In Coronavirus Test Center in Central Milton Keynes have to pay for parking every day

A couple from Milton Keynes have the word “Scum” painted on their shop window and other graffiti on their signs

Cafe Rouge in Milton Keynes will be permanently closed when the chain’s owners take over the management

Last week, a family discovered that their pet cat had been stung in each of its hind legs

MKFM assumes that from 8 July will resume breakfast service in all Milton Keynes stores

A national newspaper found that state-level coronavirus case numbers at the municipal level do not include tests from local drive-through test centers and some home test kits


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