England COVID alert levels

The government is regularly monitoring, updating and publishing England COVID alert levels so that local businesses and the public can take appropriate actions to avoid to spread of COVID-19.

England COVID alert levels are categorized as a medium, high and very high. Local areas that listed as very high are subject to stricter restrictions because they have a very high level of infections.

Local areas COVID alert levels in England

Below is the England COVID alert levels information which was last updated on 21 October 2020.

MediumHighVery High
All areas in England are medium, apart from those listed as high or very high.Cheshire
Cheshire West and Chester
Warrington
Cheshire East







Lancashire

Find out what you can and cannot do if you live, work or travel in Lancashire.

Blackpool
Blackburn with Darwen
Burnley
Chorley
Fylde
Hyndburn
Lancaster
Pendle
Preston
Ribble Valley
Rossendale
South Ribble
West Lancashire
Wyre
Cumbria
Barrow-in-Furness
Liverpool City Region

Find out what you can and cannot do if you live, work or travel in the Liverpool City Region.

Liverpool
Knowsley
Wirral
St Helens
Sefton
Halton
Derbyshire
Chesterfield
Erewash
North East Derbyshire
High Peak ‒ the wards of:
Tintwistle
Padfield
Dinting
St John’s
Old Glossop
Whitfield
Simmondley
Gamesley
Howard Town
Hadfield South
Hadfield North
Durham
Essex
Basildon
Braintree
Brentwood
Castle Point
Chelmsford
Colchester
Epping Forest
Harlow
Maldon
Rochford
Tendring
Uttlesford
Greater Manchester

From 23 October, Greater Manchester will be in ‘local COVID alert level: very high’. Find out what this will mean if you live, work or travel in Greater Manchester.

Manchester
Bolton
Bury
Stockport
Tameside
Trafford
Wigan
Salford
Rochdale
Oldham
Leicestershire
Leicester
Oadby and Wigston
All London boroughs
Camden
Greenwich
Hackney
Hammersmith and Fulham
Islington
Kensington and Chelsea
Lambeth
Lewisham
Southwark
Tower Hamlets
Wandsworth
City of Westminster
Barking and Dagenham
Barnet
Bexley
Brent
Bromley
Croydon
Ealing
Enfield
Haringey
Harrow
Havering
Hillingdon
Hounslow
Kingston upon Thames
Merton
Newham
Redbridge
Richmond upon Thames
Sutton
Waltham Forest
City of London
Nottinghamshire
Ashfield
Bassetlaw
Broxtowe
Gedling
Mansfield
Newark & Sherwood
Nottingham City
Rushcliffe
Northumberland
South Yorkshire

From 24 October, South Yorkshire will be in ‘local COVID alert level: very high’. Find out what this will mean if you live, work or travel in South Yorkshire.

Barnsley
Rotherham
Doncaster
Sheffield
Surrey
Elmbridge
Tees Valley
Middlesbrough
Redcar and Cleveland
Stockton-on-Tees
Darlington
Hartlepool
Tyne and Wear
Newcastle
South Tyneside
North Tyneside
Gateshead
Sunderland
York
West Midlands
Birmingham
Sandwell
Solihull
Wolverhampton
Walsall
West Yorkshire
Leeds
Bradford
Kirklees
Calderdale
Wakefield
source: GOV.UK

Companies House filings during COVID-19 pandemic

You can submit your company documents to Companies House online. You would require your company’s authentication code to do so. The authentication code is the electronic equivalent of your company’s director(s) signatures. Hence, you must keep it safe.

The documents you can file online includes:

Companies House has also created an interim paperless filing service to accept documents which would normally require a live signature during COVID-19 pandemic. You can easily upload your documents to the Companies House website.

If you require help with your company’s filings, contact our accountants. They will be more than happy to assist you.

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