There is a lack of clarity on the new local lockdown rules being imposed for West Yorkshire, according to one MP representing an affected area.
Last night, health secretary Matt Hancock said that following a spike in coronavirus cases in Bradford, Calderdale and Kirklees, those areas would be subject to extra rules.
Designed to slow the spread of the virus, separate households living in those areas have been banned from meeting each other indoors and in their gardens.
But Holly Lynch, Labour MP for Halifax has criticised the government's announcement saying there was a lack of clarity.
She said: "I am calling on government to provide more information and further clarity about these new changes as quickly as possible.
"People understand the seriousness of the situation, but there are some ambiguities and inconsistencies in this information."
From midnight, people living in the affected areas can't visit other homes or gardens, but can meet up with people in outside spaces like public parks, government guidelines say.