Do you agree with the ‘rule of six’ and other new Covid restrictions

Do you agree with the latest social distancing guidelines from the government?

Whether you think that the six people limit should be reduced to even less, or if you’d feel comfortable socialising in much bigger groups – we want to hear from you.

No matter your opinion, it is safe to say that COVID-19 has had an impact on all of our lives.

It may be that you feel as though the government have been very clear on what you can and can’t do from the start, or you may still be left confused by the constant changes in guidelines.

Last week, it was confirmed that the number of coronavirus cases across Devon and Cornwall has risen by 150 per cent – with 71 across the Devon County Council area.

Nationally, the government revealed their plan to tighten restrictions again from Friday, with no more than six people able to socially gather at one time.

However, organised sports, places of worship, and work purposes are all excluded the new rules.

So, we want to know what you think with our latest survey. If it fails to load, click here.

Do you agree with the new ‘rule of six’? Do you think excluding sports and places of worship was the right thing to do? Let us know.

We can’t wait to read what about what you have to say. Keep an eye on the Devon Live website for the results.

Devon Live