Most legal restrictions to control COVID-19 have been lifted in England.
However, covid rates are high and the virus is still spreading so we all need to continue to be careful and cautious, even if we have been vaccinated.
We are continuing to strongly encourage people to wear face coverings in crowded areas such as public transport.
Anyone using the Metrolink network, bus stations or transport interchanges in Greater Manchester must still wear a face covering unless exempt.
It is also recommended:
- All adults get both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine
- If you are meeting up with people try and do so outdoors or if indoors to let fresh air in by opening doors and windows
- Everyone takes free, regular lateral flow coronavirus tests twice a week
- Everyone washes their hands regularly for 20 seconds
If you or anyone in your household has symptoms or tests positive you must self-isolate. You must also isolate if you are told to by NHS Test and Trace.
Find out how Greater Manchester is responding to the pandemic, and what you can do to help.
Weekly Mayoral COVID19 Press Conference
Press briefings from the Mayor of Greater Manchester and other leaders
Support for residents and vulnerable people
More on available support for residents and vulnerable people
Jobs and support for businesses and employees
How business in Greater Manchester can get help and support
Support for homeless people
Information on the support available for homeless people in Greater Manchester
Tenants and Landlords in the Private Rented Sector
Information for tenants and landlords in the private rented sector
Support for parents, families and young people
Information for those with children at home and for young people
Offer support or request assistance
Online form to record offers of help and requests for assistance in relation to Covid-19
Greater Manchester's COVID-19 Management Plan: how we control outbreaks
Controlling outbreaks of Covid-19 in Greater Manchester