Manchester news The roadmap rules on holidays and travel - and when stay at home will end Manchester united news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Boris Johnson has outlined when people could go on summer holiday's in the UK or abroad
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Boris Johnson has set out his roadmap out of lockdown that could see all restrictions lifted by the summer. The Prime Minister outlined his plans to MPs in the House of Commons on Monday afternoon and will then lead a Downing Street press conference in the evening. He said the roadmap will "guide us cautiously but irreversibly towards reclaiming our freedoms" before adding it is "crucial that this road map should be cautious but also irreversible." Mr Johnson announced that the lifting of measures in England will begin on March 8 with all students able to return to schools and colleges. Read More Related Articles Everything you need to know as Boris Johnson announces lockdown roadmap Read More Related Articles The five key dates in the roadmap out of lockdown The plan is split into four stages with five key dates indicating when, at the earliest, various measures can be lifted. Many will be thinking ahead to the prospect of summer holidays - whether that be a staycation or abroad. In England, travel abroad for holidays will still not be permitted and, from 8 March, outbound travellers will be legally obliged to provide their reason for travel on the Declaration to Travel form.
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. Then in step two, which will begin no earlier than April 12, people should still minimise domestic travel where they can, but, self contained accommodation - such as campsites and holiday lets where indoor facilities are not shared with other households - can reopen. People can also book to stay in a self catering cottage but only with their own household. However, international holidays will still be prohibited.
The government has said that the Global Travel Taskforce will report on 12 April with recommendations aimed at facilitating a return to international travel as soon as possible while still managing the risk from imported cases and Variants of Concern. Following that, the government will determine when international travel should resume, which will be no earlier than May 17. However, the main objective within the roadmap is to see a safe and sustainable return to international travel, for business and pleasure, in step four - which is no earlier than June 21.
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