Covid 19 Update February 2022

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This information is taken from:

Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support – GOV.UK (

There are no limits on the number of people who can sing or perform indoors or outdoors. However, some activities can also increase the risk of catching or passing on COVID-19. This happens where people are doing activities which generate more particles as they breathe heavily, such as singing, dancing, exercising or raising their voices.

The legal requirement to wear a face covering no longer applies. However, the government suggests that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with people you do not normally meet.

A face visor or shield may be worn in addition to a face covering but we (HM Government) do not recommend that they are worn instead of one. This is because face visors or shields do not cover the nose and mouth, and do not filter airborne particles.

Customers, visitors or staff may choose to wear face coverings in any setting.

Where a venue or part of a venue is being used for an event where the main activities include eating, drinking and dancing, face coverings are not required.


If you wish to find out more, please visit:

 Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support – GOV.UK (