Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information on events, visitors and tourism

Updated 7 June 2021

England is in the third step of the 'Roadmap out of lockdown', which began on 17 May. Most businesses in all but the highest risk sectors have reopened. In all sectors, COVID-Secure guidance will remain in place.

The full list of businesses required to close can be found in the guidance on closing certain businesses and venues in England.

Can I visit Plymouth?

Yes, domestic travel and overnight stays are permitted, with further details below.

Am I allowed to stay overnight on a visit to Plymouth?

Overnight stays away from home in England is permitted, including the use of hotels, hostels and B&Bs. You can stay in groups of up to six, or larger groups if everyone present is from two households.

Can I go shopping with my friends?

Yes, up to six people or two households will be able to meet indoors and up to 30 people outdoors. 

Indoor hospitality has reopened and indoor entertainment has resumed, including cinemas, museums, and children’s play areas. All remaining outdoor entertainment has reopened, such as outdoor cinemas and performances.