By Daniel Wood
Kirklees has been identified as a Tier 2 area in the new approach to tackling the Coronavirus.
The restrictions that were announced on a tiered basis have begun today, Wednesday, October 14.
Everything you need to know will be laid out here.
In the borough, you can meet with people from other households outside, including private gardens and public places.
On the contrary, you cannot meet with people indoors from other households, unless they are part of your support bubble. The indoor places where people cannot meet includes pubs and restaurants, as well as other indoor public places.
The curfew of 10 pm is still in place, so indoor places can stay open but must close by the curfew.
Tier 2 means that people must not socialise with anybody outside of their household or support bubble in any indoor setting, no matter if it is public or private.
Groups of six people are not permitted to socialise together in an outdoor setting.
Operations will continue for businesses and venues as normal, other than the businesses that have been forced to remain closed by the law.
Businesses and venues can sell food after 10 pm if this is through delivery service, click-and-collect or drive-thru.
Schools, universities and places of worship will remain open.
Funerals and weddings can only go ahead if the number of attendees meets the guidelines.
Outdoor exercise classes and organised sport are permitted to continue. Indoor variations will only be allowed if people can avoid mixing with people they do not live with.
Travel to venues or amenities which are open can still be travelled to, but the number of journeys taken is being suggested to be kept to a minimum.
People must wear face-covering in areas where it is considered mandatory.
Social distancing rules should be followed, and people are urged to work from home where they can do so effectively.
It is also recommended to walk or cycle where possible or avoid busy times and routes when taking public transport.