During the height of the coronavirus lockdown, weddings and funerals were unable to go ahead as normal.
And from Monday, September 14, there will be more measures in place in a bid to limit the spread of coronavirus.
New coronavirus lockdown rules will come into effect on Monday, September 14, meaning groups of more than six people are banned – but what does this mean for funerals?
However, from Monday there will be a ban groups of more than six people meeting – both indoors and outdoors.
The UK is no longer in full-on lockdown mode, but there are still restrictions in place.
But does this apply to funerals? Here is everything you need to know.
But more recently both those things could go ahead – with new Covid restrictions in place.
The good news is that funerals are an exception to the new lockdown rule, meaning loved ones can have a proper send-off with friends and family.
During the gathering you must remain socially distant from those who aren’t part of your household or support bubble.
The government’s guidelines is that 30 people are allowed to gather for services.
But there are still restrictions on how many can attend to say their goodbyes.
Government guidelines states: “A modest number of close friends and family of the deceased may attend although funerals should have no more than 30 people in attendance.
“Attendance should also be within the capacity limits of the premises so that social distancing can be strictly adhered to. In some cases that may be less than 30 people.”
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will hold a press conference on September 9, outlining the new rules further.
Those who break the rules face a £100 fine, which doubles on each offence up to a maximum of £3,200.