When the second national lockdown ends on December 2, people from different households will not be allowed to mix indoors unless they part of a support bubble.

Groups of up to, but not exceeding, six people will be permitted to meet outdoors.

Gyms, personal care services and shops can reopen with social distancing measures in place.

Pubs and bars must close unless they can serve a "substantial" sit down meal. Hospitality venues such as restaurants and pubs serving food must provide table-service only, closing between 11pm and 5pm. Which means last orders at 10pm.

Sports grounds can welcome up to 2,000 spectators, or 50 per cent of their usual capacity.

Weddings in tier two areas are permitted but limited to 15 guests at the ceremony and reception. Funerals are also permitted and limited to 30 guests, including associated events.

Foreign travel is permitted but quarantine rules still apply.

Data for the week ending November, 20 shows that there were 860 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Cumbria - a 199 decrease from the previous week.

For the fifth week in a row Carlisle has had the greatest number of new cases, with 302 new cases, followed by South Lakeland, with 244 new cases.

Carlisle and South Lakeland also had the highest rates of new cases, 278 and 232 new cases per 100,000 people respectively.

Figures for Carlisle and South Lakeland are significantly affected by large outbreaks at Sedbergh School and Richard Rose Central Academy. These outbreaks resulted in 270 positive cases, the majority of which are reported in this week’s figures.

Numbers of new cases in Allerdale, Barrow-in-Furness, Copeland and Eden decreased from the previous week, with all four of these districts having rates below the national and regional averages.