England is in a 4 weeks lockdown to help stop a second wave of coronavirus infections.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson who made the announcement on Saturday asked everyone to stay at home whenever possible.
You can still go to school – they’re staying open, and if the adults in your family can’t do their job from home they’ll still be able to go into work.
‘Non-essential retail’ will shut – that means places like restaurants, cinemas and leisure centres will close. But food shops will stay open, as will takeaways and click-and-collect services.
It comes after Mr Johnson introduced a three-tiered lockdown system earlier this month.
Unlike the tiered system, this new lockdown will apply to everyone and the restrictions will be much stricter.
Mr Johnson said that after December 2, the restrictions would be eased and regions would go back to the tiered system already in place across England