What Tier am I in - Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 lockdowns in full for every part of West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and North Yorkshire

West Yorkshire will remain under Tier 3 lockdown restrictions following a Government review on December 16.

Wednesday, 30th December 2020, 3:52 pm
Different parts of Yorkshire fall within the Tier 2 or Tier 3 categories in new tiered system from Wednesday

The three tiers are Tier 1 'medium', Tier 2 'high' and Tier 3 'very high'. York and all areas of North Yorkshire are in the 'high' Tier 2 level. This means hospitality venues can open, but they can only serve alcohol has part of a substantial meal. All of West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and The Humber is in the 'very high' Tier 3 category. This means the strictest restrictions are in place such as not mixing between households indoors and in private gardens, and hospitality venues will remain closed. Middlesbrough is also in Tier 3.

Wakefield is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Kirklees is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level

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Bradford is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
York is in the 'Very high' Tier 3 level
Leeds is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Calderdale is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Scarborough is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Harrogate is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Sheffield is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Middlesbrough is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Bridlington, in the East Riding of Yorkshire (The Humber), is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Rotherham is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Doncaster is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Barnsley is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Beverley, in the East Riding of Yorkshire (The Humber), is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level
Hull is in the 'very high' Tier 3 level