London news What we can and can't do from April 12 as lockdown restrictions ease around UK Uk news
PremierLeague-News.Com - There will still be restrictions the public is asked to adhere to
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Boris Johnson confirmed in a press conference today (April 5) that lockdown restrictions in the UK would be easing come April 12. The Prime Minister gave the go ahead to proceed to the next stage of the Government's roadmap. He stated how successful the Coronavirus vaccine rollout had been so far, with more than 31 million people in the UK having received their first jab. The numbers of patients in hospitals suffering from Covid have dramatically reduced, as have deaths. Stage two will come into force on Monday, April 12 after the Government previously promised to leave a five-week gap between stages in the PM's 'cautious' approach to lifting measures. That means a week from now, we will be able to partake in a number of sorely-missed activities which have been prohibited. Here is a breakdown of what you can and can't do following the announcement. For those missing the intense workouts indoor leisure, such as gyms, will be able to reopen for use individually, or within household groups.
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. Outdoor hospitality will serve food and alcohol once more so make sure to book beer gardens well in advance. The rule of six still applies however and only table service is allowed, but there is no more 'substantial meal' requirement or curfews in force. Outdoor attractions such as zoos, theme parks, and drive-in cinemas and performance venues can welcome back visitors also. All remaining retail can open their doors, which includes non-essential stores. Libraries and community centres will be able to welcome people in once more. Close contact services including hairdressers, barbers, beauty salons and nail bars can reopen. You'll also be able to attend a wedding where up to 15 people can attend.
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