The eight council areas in Nottinghamshire will be split in half between the Tier 3 and Tier 2 restrictions when the new measures are implemented by the government.
After discussions between government and local authority leaders, the Nottingham, Broxto, Gadling and Rushcliff council areas are set to move to Tier 3 Covid-19.
The measures came into effect at one o’clock in the morning on Thursday, October 29, after days of critical discussions.
The new arrangements will be finalized within 28 days and the government will monitor closely.
Ashfield, Mansfield, Newark and Sherwood and Busstla all remained within the Level 2 ban and avoided drastic measures by the government.
This new map now spreads across counties
Going to Tier 3 means stopping pubs and bars from serving food, but families are prohibited from mixing indoors or in private gardens and beer gardens.
Nottinghamshire Live has gathered questions and answers about what the new rules change here, including travel and meeting other people.
A package of similar assistance to protected people in other parts of the country has been agreed to help residents and businesses who will be affected by the new restrictions.
Specific further measures in these areas of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire will be announced on Tuesday.
Nottingham and Greater County recorded a total of 5,575 cases of the coronavirus from 24 hours to 2 October.
The government said there were 20,890 more lab-confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the UK as of 9am on Monday.
This brings the total number of cases in the UK to 894,690.
The government said 102 more people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Monday.
It took the UK to a total of 44,998.
Commenting on the transfer of Nottinghamshire to Tier 3 status, Councilor Simon Robinson, leader of Rashcliffe Borough Council, said: Please.
“Complete steps will be outlined as soon as possible. Please do your part to stop the spread of the virus. “
Councilor Milan Radulovich, leader of Brookstow Borough Council, told Nottinghamshire Live: “I think this is the right decision and the right decision to balance the needs of the local economy to run shops and businesses but to reduce the number of infections Protect from “”