England set to go back into lockdown on Thursday 5 November
England is set to go back into lockdown on Thursday 5 November to combat the rising number of coronavirus cases in the country.
Boris Johnson announced the new lockdown on Saturday and said it will last until Wednesday 2 December, but this could be extended depending on the rates for coronavirus infections at the time.
Lockdown will mean that from midnight on Wednesday 4 November, all non-essential businesses will close. This includes retail shops, gyms, pubs and restaurants.
Additionally, people will be told to stay at home except for very few circumstances, such as education and getting childcare.
But what does all of this mean for those in the midst of driving lessons? Here’s everything you need to know.
Can driving lessons and tests continue in lockdown?
The DVSA has confirmed that driving lessons and tests will not continue during the November lockdown.
“Following the Government announcement on tougher national restrictions from…
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