Tell us what you think about the post-lockdown tiered Covid system in England

Guardian community team
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<span>Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA</span>
Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA

When lockdown ends in England next week, a new three-tier system of restrictions in England has been set out by the prime minister, including the reopening of shops and gyms, and letting crowds return to sporting events. Pubs and restaurants, however, will face tougher measures.

For hospitality businesses in tier 2, alcohol can only be served with a “substantial meal”, while in tier 3 all pubs, restaurants and cafes must close apart from for delivery or takeaway.

We would like to hear your reaction to the latest announcement about tiers, especially those in tier 1. How might it affect your holiday plans? Do you have any concerns?

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