Someone replied, but to reinforce: you must remain at home with the people you live with or the people you were when the Level 4 starts. You are not to go around "visiting" family, friends. You are allowed to go to the supermarket to buy food or to a petrol station to buy petrol.
Is it clear? Or do you think it is too hard on you?
The reality is that it indeed could be very hard on some; my mother's 85, lives alone, and directly suffers (in a depressive sense) from a lack of human contact. Facetime will offer some respite from this, if we can get her using it sucessfully, but I have lingering concerns.
If we were able to simply drive to outside her house and converse from some distance that'll probably be a significant help for her, so a pity that's not going to be an option.