Face masks and social distancing
From the 8 August the government will be extending the existing guidance on places where members of the public will be required to wear a face covering, this includes:
• funeral directors
• cinemas and theatres
• concert halls
• museums, galleries, aquariums, indoor zoos or visitor farms, or other indoor tourist, heritage or cultural sites.
• nail, beauty, hair salons and barbers – other than where necessary to remove for treatments
• massage parlours
• public areas in hotels and hostels
• places of worship
• libraries and public reading rooms
Face coverings are not required in restaurants with table service, bars, and pubs.
Read the full list of places where face covering will be required (external link).
The government has also published social distancing cards or badges (external link) which people can display if they have difficulties or concerns in maintaining social distancing. The badges are available for mobile phones as well as print.
Tell us what you think about the website
We are currently running a short survey about our Covid-19 response and information. You can take the Covid-19 survey here.
Contact us about our services
Please note if you have a service problem or complaint you need help with then please visit our contact pages.
Give us feedback about this page
Please use this space to tell us how we can improve the website.
Overall, how easy was it to get the help you wanted today?
* = response required
Haringey case numbers
Haringey People Extra