England is currently in National Lockdown: Stay at Home.
England is currently in National Lockdown: Stay at Home which means that all non-essential businesses including, non-essential retail, hospitality, accommodation, entertainment, leisure and sports venues and facilities, animal and indoor attractions, are closed for the general public.
Food and drink hospitality businesses can remain open for takeaway delivery and collection services only. View our list of Lincoln and Lincolnshire businesses offering takeaway services here.
Essential retail will remain open, and all other retail is open for online shopping. Visit Shop Lincoln to shop local online during the lockdown.
Accommodation is available for anyone in exceptional circumstances. Read more about the restrictions and guidance on staying overnight away from your home.
We advise that you check all the services available and businesses open before you travel, as some services may be temporarily closed or have different operating timetables, opening times or services.
Please be aware that it is the law that you must wear a face-covering when travelling in England on public transport and entering a public indoor space. Keep up to date with the UK Government social distancing guidelines on their website here.
Here we are collating relevant information, providing practical advice and sharing the latest guidance for you to read in order to ensure you can enjoy Lincoln city and Lincolnshire county safely.
There have been a total of 6,268 cases of coronavirus in Lincoln. The daily average number of cases is 14.1. This information is updated regularly on the GOV.UK website. (Details are correct as of Wednesday 10th February 2021, 5.00pm)