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Shirtless Paul McCartney, 78, enjoys a boat trip with wife Nancy, 61, in St. Barts

Sir Paul McCartney started the New Year off with a bang as he continues to enjoy his sun-soaked holiday to St Barts with his wife Nancy Shevell.

The Beatles star, 78, made the most of the warm temperatures on the island as he went for a boat trip with his other half, 61, on Saturday. 

The iconic singer went shirtless for much of the day as he went swimming with Nancy, diving off the edge of the boat numerous times.

Taking a dive: Sir Paul McCartney , 78, made the most of the warm temperatures during his sun-soaked holiday to St Barts with by taking a dive into the cool waters

The singer went for a dip during his boat ride

The Beatles star plunged into the water

Sun-soaked: The Beatles star went shirtless for much of the day as he went swimming with Nancy, diving off the edge of the boat numerous times

Enjoying the sun: Wife Nancy appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed her sun-soaked getaway in St. Barts on Saturday

Enjoying the sun: Wife Nancy appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed her sun-soaked getaway in St. Barts on Saturday

The couple looked in good spirits as they laughed and frolicked in the water together while making the most of their holiday.

Sporting a freshly grown beard, Paul was spotted doing the backstroke in the water before he was helped on board by boat staff members.  

Nancy donned a navy long-sleeved swimsuit for the day as she joined her husband by going for a dive.

The couple put safety first as they swam with flotation devices for some of their excursion while Paul also sported a pair of goggles.    

Fun in the sun: Sir Paul McCartney and his wife started the New Year off with a bang with a boat trip in St. Barts

Fun in the sun: Sir Paul McCartney and his wife started the New Year off with a bang with a boat trip in St. Barts

Watch your step! Sir Paul McCartney started the New Year off with a bang as he continues to enjoy his sun-soaked holiday to St Barts with his wife Nancy Shevell

Watch your step! Sir Paul McCartney started the New Year off with a bang as he continues to enjoy his sun-soaked holiday to St Barts with his wife Nancy Shevell

Watch your step! The singer went shirtless as he soaked up the sun rays on his boat and enjoyed his New Year holiday 

Fun in the sun: The iconic singer and his wife appeared in high spirits as they spent much of the day swimming

Fun in the sun: The iconic singer and his wife appeared in high spirits as they spent much of the day swimming 

Relaxation: Paul made the most of the warm temperatures as he went for a boat trip with his other half

Relaxation: Paul made the most of the warm temperatures as he went for a boat trip with his other half

Splash: Paul, who sported blue swimming trunks, dived off the edge of the boat numerous times

Splash: Paul, who sported blue swimming trunks, dived off the edge of the boat numerous times

Splash: Paul, who sported blue swimming trunks, dived off the edge of the boat numerous times

The couple also spent some time relaxing on the boat, with Paul sporting a white printed jumper and navy shorts as he sat alongside Nancy.

Nancy opted for a white jumper and a pair of sunglasses, adding to her look with a beige fedora hat.

The pair, who appeared to be joined by some friends on the boat ride, also put safety first with face masks. 

Sir Paul released new album McCartney III in December, having written and recorded it during lockdown earlier this year.

Thumbs up: Paul looked in good spirits as he worked on his fitness by going for a swim

Thumbs up: Paul looked in good spirits as he worked on his fitness by going for a swim

Holiday: Paul and Nancy have been in St. Barts for the last several days along with several other stars

Holiday: Paul and Nancy have been in St. Barts for the last several days along with several other stars

Holiday: Paul and Nancy have been in St. Barts for the last several days along with several other stars

Travel: Paul and Nancy jetted off to St. Barts just before the New Year for a festive excursion

Travel: Paul and Nancy jetted off to St. Barts just before the New Year for a festive excursion 

Dive: Nancy donned a navy long-sleeved swimsuit for the day as she joined her husband by going for a dive

Dive: Nancy donned a navy long-sleeved swimsuit for the day as she joined her husband by going for a dive

Dive: Nancy donned a navy long-sleeved swimsuit for the day as she joined her husband by going for a dive

Fun: The couple put safety first as they swam with flotation devices for some of their excursion while Paul also sported a pair of goggles

Fun: The couple put safety first as they swam with flotation devices for some of their excursion while Paul also sported a pair of goggles

And in a recent BBC chat with actor Idris Elba, the crooner admitted he ‘didn’t realise’ what he was creating when he did it.

He said: ‘[In] lockdown everyone cleaned out their cupboards and did all the stuff they’d been meaning to get around to. So [making an album] was my equivalent.

‘I wasn’t trying to make an album. So suddenly I had these 10 songs, I thought, What am I going to do with these?

‘It was just the 10 because I didn’t know I was making an album.’

Adventure: Paul appeared to relax with a flotation device for some of the trip

Adventure: Paul appeared to relax with a flotation device for some of the trip 

Couple: The couple also spent some time relaxing on the boat, with Paul sporting a white printed jumper and navy shorts as he sat alongside Nancy

Couple: The couple also spent some time relaxing on the boat, with Paul sporting a white printed jumper and navy shorts as he sat alongside Nancy

Exercise: Sporting a freshly grown beard, Paul was spotted doing the backstroke in the water before he was helped on board by boat staff members

Exercise: Sporting a freshly grown beard, Paul was spotted doing the backstroke in the water before he was helped on board by boat staff members

Exercise: Sporting a freshly grown beard, Paul was spotted doing the backstroke in the water before he was helped on board by boat staff members

Career: Sir Paul released new album McCartney III in December, having written and recorded it during lockdown earlier this year

Career: Sir Paul released new album McCartney III in December, having written and recorded it during lockdown earlier this year

Paul went on to explain why he named his album McCartney III.

‘I realised, because I played them myself, I’d done McCartney I and McCartney II in the same vein, that this would be McCartney III. So then it was like, ok, I see what I’m doing now.’

During lockdown, Paul stayed in the countryside with his daughter Mary and her children.

Of the experience, he went on: ‘I was really lucky. I was locked down with my daughter Mary and her family, and then I was able to go to the studio to work, it was a very safe place. We were distanced, we were always being very careful.

Creativity: And in a recent BBC chat with actor Idris Elba, the crooner admitted he 'didn't realise' what he was creating when he did it

Creativity: And in a recent BBC chat with actor Idris Elba, the crooner admitted he ‘didn’t realise’ what he was creating when he did it

Sun-kissed: The couple looked in good spirits as they laughed and frolicked in the water together while making the most of their holiday

Sun-kissed: The couple looked in good spirits as they laughed and frolicked in the water together while making the most of their holiday

Sun-kissed: The couple looked in good spirits as they laughed and frolicked in the water together while making the most of their holiday

Casual: Nancy opted for a white jumper and a pair of sunglasses, adding to her look with a beige fedora hat

Casual: Nancy opted for a white jumper and a pair of sunglasses, adding to her look with a beige fedora hat

Record: Of his new album, Paul said: '[In] lockdown everyone cleaned out their cupboards and did all the stuff they'd been meaning to get around to. So [making an album] was my equivalent'

Record: Of his new album, Paul said: '[In] lockdown everyone cleaned out their cupboards and did all the stuff they'd been meaning to get around to. So [making an album] was my equivalent'

Record: Of his new album, Paul said: ‘[In] lockdown everyone cleaned out their cupboards and did all the stuff they’d been meaning to get around to. So [making an album] was my equivalent’

He added: 'I wasn't trying to make an album. So suddenly I had these 10 songs, I thought, What am I going to do with these?'

He added: ‘I wasn’t trying to make an album. So suddenly I had these 10 songs, I thought, What am I going to do with these?’

‘I was on holiday in the beginning of the year and then lockdown hit, Covid hit, so I came back and I was locked down in the country.

‘[It] was good as it meant I was hanging out with four of my grand-kids so suddenly that was great.

‘I was able to go in the studio. The government said you can go to work only if you can’t work at home. So I don’t have a home studio, my home studio is 20 minutes away.

‘So then I just started thinking, what about that song I had a few months ago that I never finished. So we pulled that out and I’d work on that’.

Paul said: 'It was just the 10 because I didn't know I was making an album'

Paul said: ‘It was just the 10 because I didn’t know I was making an album’

Title: On calling his album McCartney III, Paul said: 'I'd done McCartney I and McCartney II in the same vein, that this would be McCartney III. So then it was like, ok, I see what I'm doing now'

Title: On calling his album McCartney III, Paul said: 'I'd done McCartney I and McCartney II in the same vein, that this would be McCartney III. So then it was like, ok, I see what I'm doing now'

Title: On calling his album McCartney III, Paul said: ‘I’d done McCartney I and McCartney II in the same vein, that this would be McCartney III. So then it was like, ok, I see what I’m doing now’

Lockdown: During lockdown, Paul stayed in the countryside with his daughter Mary and her children

Lockdown: During lockdown, Paul stayed in the countryside with his daughter Mary and her children

He said: 'I was really lucky. I was locked down with my daughter Mary and her family, and then I was able to go to the studio to work'

He said: ‘I was really lucky. I was locked down with my daughter Mary and her family, and then I was able to go to the studio to work’

He added: 'It was a very safe place. We were distanced, we were always being very careful'

He added: 'It was a very safe place. We were distanced, we were always being very careful'

He added: ‘It was a very safe place. We were distanced, we were always being very careful’

Paul also said: 'I was on holiday in the beginning of the year and then lockdown hit, Covid hit, so I came back and I was locked down in the country'

Paul also said: ‘I was on holiday in the beginning of the year and then lockdown hit, Covid hit, so I came back and I was locked down in the country’

Few places in the world have seen any upside to the Covid-19 pandemic, but St Barts might just be one of the rare tourist destinations to benefit with a host of celebrities flocking to the Caribbean island for a New Year getaway. 

Along with Sir Paul, Amy Schumer, Robbie Williams, Vogue and Spencer Matthews, Sofia Richie, Wendi Deng and Chrissy Teigen are also among the stars spotted on the French-speaking haven recently, eager to enjoy its restaurants, five-star hotels and spas – with minimal Covid-19 restrictions. 

Eateries have limited tables to parties of six and are encouraging social distancing and masks when not seated at a table, but partygoers are free to enjoy the island’s bars and restaurants until midnight, shop in designer boutiques and enjoy dozens of beautiful beaches taking a dip in their crystal-clear water.

Those looking to travel to the area don’t need to quarantine as long as they can provide proof of a negative coronavirus test result on arrival and show no symptoms, or take a test as soon as they land, although Tier 4 rules in England ban travelling for leisure reasons.

Family: Paul said: '[It] was good as it meant I was hanging out with four of my grand-kids so suddenly that was great'

Family: Paul said: '[It] was good as it meant I was hanging out with four of my grand-kids so suddenly that was great'

Family: Paul said: ‘[It] was good as it meant I was hanging out with four of my grand-kids so suddenly that was great’

He said: 'I was able to go in the studio. The government said you can go to work only if you can't work at home. So I don't have a home studio, my home studio is 20 minutes away'

He said: ‘I was able to go in the studio. The government said you can go to work only if you can’t work at home. So I don’t have a home studio, my home studio is 20 minutes away’

Work: 'So then I just started thinking, what about that song I had a few months ago that I never finished. So we pulled that out and I'd work on that'

Work: 'So then I just started thinking, what about that song I had a few months ago that I never finished. So we pulled that out and I'd work on that'

Work: ‘So then I just started thinking, what about that song I had a few months ago that I never finished. So we pulled that out and I’d work on that’

Stars: Few places in the world have seen any upside to the Covid-19 pandemic, but St Barts might just be one of the rare tourist destinations to benefit

Stars: Few places in the world have seen any upside to the Covid-19 pandemic, but St Barts might just be one of the rare tourist destinations to benefit

A-list: A host of celebrities have flocked to the Caribbean island for a New Year getaway

A-list: A host of celebrities have flocked to the Caribbean island for a New Year getaway

A-list: A host of celebrities have flocked to the Caribbean island for a New Year getaway

Rules: Eateries have limited tables to parties of six and are encouraging social distancing and masks when not seated at a table, but partygoers are free to enjoy the island's bars and restaurants until midnight

Rules: Eateries have limited tables to parties of six and are encouraging social distancing and masks when not seated at a table, but partygoers are free to enjoy the island’s bars and restaurants until midnight

Test: Those looking to travel to the area don't need to quarantine as long as they can provide proof of a negative coronavirus test result on arrival

Test: Those looking to travel to the area don't need to quarantine as long as they can provide proof of a negative coronavirus test result on arrival

Test: Those looking to travel to the area don’t need to quarantine as long as they can provide proof of a negative coronavirus test result on arrival

Luxury: It's quite a turnaround in fortune for the island, home to the world's best hotel Eden Rock where rooms range in price from approximately £1,753 to £4,585 per night

Luxury: It’s quite a turnaround in fortune for the island, home to the world’s best hotel Eden Rock where rooms range in price from approximately £1,753 to £4,585 per night

Damage: Many of its luxurious hotels and resorts were destroyed and subsequently rebuilt after being battered by Hurricane Irma in 2017

Damage: Many of its luxurious hotels and resorts were destroyed and subsequently rebuilt after being battered by Hurricane Irma in 2017

Damage: Many of its luxurious hotels and resorts were destroyed and subsequently rebuilt after being battered by Hurricane Irma in 2017

It’s quite a turnaround in fortune for the island, home to the world’s best hotel Eden Rock where rooms range in price from approximately £1,753 to £4,585 per night. Many of its luxurious hotels and resorts were destroyed and subsequently rebuilt after being battered by Hurricane Irma in 2017. 

But with some of the most lenient Covid-19 restrictions in the Caribbean it’s no wonder A-listers are eager to enjoy the revamped resorts.

Previously, the Bahamas would have been a hotspot for famous faces at this time of year, but there are no flights from the UK while a state of emergency remains in force, and tourists from elsewhere must apply for a Travel Health Visa, after receiving a negative test result, no longer than seven days before travel.

Vogue Williams shows off her enviable figure as she's seen with a friend jogging on the beach in St Barts, where celebrities are flocking to take advantage of relaxed Covid-19 restrictions

Vogue Williams shows off her enviable figure as she’s seen with a friend jogging on the beach in St Barts, where celebrities are flocking to take advantage of relaxed Covid-19 restrictions 

Sofia Richie was seen taking to the waters with a thrill-seeking ride on a jet ski in St Barts just before Christmas

Sofia Richie was seen taking to the waters with a thrill-seeking ride on a jet ski in St Barts just before Christmas 

It's apparently the place to be this New Year, with a host of celebrities enjoying a tropical getaway to St. Barts (pictured)

It’s apparently the place to be this New Year, with a host of celebrities enjoying a tropical getaway to St. Barts (pictured)

Shirtless Paul McCartney, 78, enjoys a boat trip with wife Nancy, 61, in St. Barts

One of the A-listers spotted on St. Barts this week was singer Robbie Williams (pictured), 46, and his wife Ayda Field, 41, who escaped either their home in LA or London following Christmas

Such is the lure of St Barts that some even appear to be happy to flout the rules to get there, such as presenter Vogue Williams, 35, who lives in Battersea, London, with husband Spencer Matthews and their two children. 

She was last spotted in the capital hours after it entered into Tier 4 on Sunday, December 20, which bans travel abroad for leisure, with exceptions only in place for work, education and childcare.

However, she appeared to flout Tier 4 rules by flying to St. Barts for a family holiday eight days after London was plunged into the new restrictions, and was spotted jogging along the beach with a male pal. 

Is St. Barts COVID free? How the island is tackling coronavirus

With a population of just over nine thousand, St. Barts has been able to keep their COVID cases relatively low.

After banning visitors, the country reopened to tourists on June 22, 2020 after successfully eradicating coronavirus on the island.

From April to June, it had no active cases of COVID-19.

Throughout December, it has had 37 new cases, and has recorded just one death.

The government hopes to keep the island mostly virus free through testing.

Travelers are expected to present a negative test result before heading to the country or go to a test center within 24 hours of their arrival.

They are then asked to self isolate until the test results are received.

Vogue is a frequent visitor to St. Barts as husband Spencer Matthews’ parents own the five-star Eden Rock hotel on the island – voted the best in the world. MailOnline has contacted representatives for Vogue Williams for comment.

The Eden Rock hotel is headed up by Master Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and appears to be fully booked for several weeks.  

Rupert Murdoch’s ex Wendi Deng, 52, frolicked in the sea with a hunky mystery man while also in the area yesterday, and Chrissy Teigen and John Legend were spotted on a yacht in the area.

American actress Amy Schumer, 39, her husband Chris Fischer, 40, and their son Gene, one, were seen taking a dip in the sea on Wednesday, and Lionel Richie and daughter Sofia were also on the island earlier this week. 

This is despite America’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warning travelers to ‘avoid all nonessential travel to [the island],’ which has had a smattering of COVID-19 cases in December.  

Here FEMAIL looks at the limited rules in place for celebrities enjoying a getaway to St. Barts…

Testing before or on arrival 

If based in Tier 4 in England, travel exceptions are only allowed for reasons such as work, education and childcare. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against all but essential travel to St Martin and St Barts.  

All travellers over the age of 11 must undertake a test for COVID-19 within 72 hours before departure for St. Barts (St Barthélemy). The traveller must show proof of a negative result before embarking. 

Travellers must also provide a self-certified document stating that they have no COVID symptoms and that to their knowledge they have not been in contact with any person confirmed positive within the last 14 days.

Airlines will refuse boarding to anyone who does not produce both proof of a negative result and the self-certified document.  Visitors staying more than seven days are requested to take a follow-up test at the health center on St. Barts on their seventh day.

Bun together! Sir Paul was seen showing off his man bun on his St Barts getaway with Nancy earlier this week

Bun together! Sir Paul was seen showing off his man bun on his St Barts getaway with Nancy earlier this week 

American actress Amy Schumer (pictured), 39, her husband Chris Fischer, 40, and their son Gene, one, were seen taking a dip in the sea on Wednesday

American actress Amy Schumer (pictured), 39, her husband Chris Fischer, 40, and their son Gene, one, were seen taking a dip in the sea on Wednesday

Chrissy Teigen and her daughter Luna were spotted on a yacht in the area

The model and her husband John Legend are among the many A-listers who have flocked to the Caribbean island for a New Year vacation

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend (above with their children) were spotted on a yacht in the area. They’re among a host of A-listers who have flocked to the Caribbean island for a New Year vacation

Businesses open – including luxury spas and hotels  

How St. Barts returned better than ever following Hurricane Irma 

Hurricane Irma devastated St. Barts in September 2017, causing a wave of destruction and levelling many of the buildings.

But just a year after the category 5 hurricane, the island had already pulled off an incredible recovery – proven even more so by the many A-listers visiting the area this season.

Despite many of St. Barts’ 28 hotels having been hard hit and forced to close, they reopened looking even better.

Businesses are open throughout the tropical island, including hotels – a quarter of which are five star – and luxury spas, but are sticking to strict hygiene rules and often encourage face masks.

With their celebrity clientele – including Beyoncé, Jon Bon Jovi and Gwen Stefani as regulars – and picturesque settings, the hotels, most of which hold less than 60 rooms, are tourist attractions themselves. 

The island’s flagship five-star hotel, Eden Rock, reopened after a two-year closure enforced by category 5 Hurricane Irma in 2017.

A night at the lavish venue, owned TV personality Spencer Matthews’ parents, will cost a staggering £1,753 for its cheapest room.

Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France is the largest five-star hotel on the island, with 61 rooms, priced at around £600 per night.

It boasts a lavish spa, extensive gardens and an idyllic atmosphere in front of luxurious sands. 

The five-star Christopher St Bath is one of the most modern establishments, offering contemporary designs for its well-cared for guests at around £500 per night.

English-owned Hotel Le Toiny, which spans 38 acres, offers an elegant parade of high-class villa suites, all featuring a private pool and relaxing coastal chic interiors.

Its chic villas and cliffside location caters for privacy-conscious celebrities, while providing the amenities of a five-star boutique hotel, including its Relais & Chateaux fine restaurant. A night’s stay costs between £1,706 and £3,682.

Meanwhile, Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, a glamorous resort on St. Barts priced at around £885 a night, explained that guests will be asked to use the hydroalcoholic gel that will be offered to them on arrival.

‘Our employees will wear masks,’ the Spa added on its website. ‘In accordance with the recommendations of medical experts and good practices in the sector, all guests (from 10 years old) will be required to wear a mask or face protection in the hotel’s public indoor areas in the vehicle during transfers or when they receive room services.’ 

Many of the A-List clientele prefer to rent private villas instead of a suite in a resort and they tend to keep themselves to themselves once there, avoiding the crowds in the waterfront restaurants. 

For guests who fancy a spot of shopping, designer stores including Hermes, Prada, Louis Vuitton all have mini outposts here, lining Rue de la Republique in Gustavia like courtiers eager to impress visitors who step off the superyachts glistening in the harbour.  

The luxurious hotel Eden Roc on St Barths that is owned by Pippa Middleton's in-laws has been voted one of the best in the world

The luxurious hotel Eden Roc on St Barths that is owned by Pippa Middleton’s in-laws has been voted one of the best in the world 

English-owned Hotel Le Toiny (pictured) offers an elegant parade of high-class villa suites, all featuring a private pool and relaxing coastal chic interiors

English-owned Hotel Le Toiny (pictured) offers an elegant parade of high-class villa suites, all featuring a private pool and relaxing coastal chic interiors

Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France is the largest hotel on the island. It boasts a lavish spa, extensive gardens and an idyllic atmosphere in front of luxurious sands.

The five-star Christopher St Bath (pictured) is one of the most modern establishments, offering contemporary designs for its well-cared for guests

Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France, pictured left, is the largest five-star hotel on the island. It boasts a lavish spa, extensive gardens and an idyllic atmosphere in front of luxurious sands. The five-star Christopher St Bath is one of the most modern establishments, offering contemporary designs for its well-cared for guests

Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, a glamorous resort on St. Barts priced at around £885 a night, explained that guests will be asked to use the hydroalcoholic gel that will be offered to them on arrival

Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa, a glamorous resort on St. Barts priced at around £885 a night, explained that guests will be asked to use the hydroalcoholic gel that will be offered to them on arrival

Social distancing and rule of six in restaurants 

Restaurants across the island are open, but have limited tables to parties of six. Social distancing is encouraged, with tables set three to four metres apart, and masks are to be worn when not seated at a table.

Guests may remove the face coverings while seated but are asked to keep them on when entering or moving around the venue. There also doesn’t appear to be a curfew for restaurants. 

St Barts, often dubbed the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, is unsurprisingly home to a swathe of top quality restaurants, many of which are found within its luxurious hotels.

A popular celebrity haunt is Bonito in the capital Gustavia area, where Chrissy Teigen was spotted on Tuesday, a casual and chic family restaurant headed up by executive chef Laurent Cantineaux and chef de cuisine Aurélien Rouille. 

It’s reportedly a favourite of Simon Cowell, Beyoncé, and Pippa Middleton, and features dishes including ceviche, priced from £24, appetisers ranging from gazpacho to duck foie gras terrine and main dishes from the sea and the land, priced between £38 and £99.

The Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France hotel’s restaurant La Case de L’Isle is regarded as one of the most romantic spots on the island and offers a culinary journey designed by Michelin-starred French chef Jean Imbert. It offers a New Year’s Eve set menu priced at £310 a head, with a New Year’s brunch for £117 or a ‘Caribbean’ option for £80. 

A popular celebrity haunt is Bonito in the Gustavia area, a casual and chic family restaurant headed up by executive chef Laurent Cantineaux and chef de cuisine Aurélien Rouille

A popular celebrity haunt is Bonito in the Gustavia area, a casual and chic family restaurant headed up by executive chef Laurent Cantineaux and chef de cuisine Aurélien Rouille

The Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France hotel's restaurant La Case de L'Isle is regarded as one of the most romantic spots on the island

The Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France hotel’s restaurant La Case de L’Isle is regarded as one of the most romantic spots on the island

Lionel Richie and model daughter Sofia (pictured) were also on the island earlier this week

Lionel Richie and model daughter Sofia (pictured) were also on the island earlier this week

No masks needed on open beaches

St Barths is only 10 square miles, but has 16 beaches, with Colombier, Gouverneur and Salines its star attractions.

All beaches are open with no restrictions in St. Barts, although social distancing between different households is still encouraged. 

Masks are not required on the beaches and businesses based on them, such as bars and restaurants are open. However, face coverings are required when leaving the beaches for busy streets and when social distancing is not possible.

TIER 4 RESTRICTIONS – WHAT ARE THE RULES? 

In Tier 4, no household mixing is allowed, though one person can meet one other person outside in a public space

You cannot meet other people indoors, including over the Christmas and New Year period, unless you live with them, or they are part of your support bubble. 

Nobody can enter or leave Tier 4 areas and residents must not stay overnight away from home 

You cannot leave or be outside of the place you are living unless you have a reasonable excuse

Outdoors, you can only meet one person from another household.  

All hospitality is closed, except for takeaways and deliveries, and accommodation and entertainment venues must shut 

Travel exceptions are only allowed for reasons such as work, education and childcare. Leisure travel abroad is not permitted.

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