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Coronavirus: right now in Middlesbrough

National lockdown: Stay at home. You must not leave your home unless necessary. Find out what you can and cannot do.

Current restrictions: National lockdown

Middlesbrough, along with the rest of the country are now in lockdown. You must not leave home unless necessary. Find out what the national lockdown means for you.

Stay safe

You must not leave home unless possible.

Wash your hands

Wash your hands frequently, for at least 20 seconds, when you're away from your home - including before and after using public transport, and before and after eating food.

Cover your face

Wearing a face covering (unless you're exempt). This includes in public places and on public transport. View the government's list of places you must wear a face covering.

Keep your distance

Stay 2m away from anyone not in your household. If 2m is not possible, try and keep as far away as you can.

Do not forget, the 2m rule applies to anyone who is not part of your household. This means people you don't know, and staff members in supermarkets etc.

If you're worried about a business not following social distancing rules, please email ehts@middlesbrough.gov.uk with details.

If someone is breaking coronavirus restrictions, you can report it to Cleveland Police online. Alternatively, you can call 101.

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