UK news Covid rules after May 17 as roadmap out of lockdown stage 3 launches last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- On May 17, England is expected to move to step 3 in the roadmap out of lockdown, meaning more restrictions will ease
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Later this month England is set to enter stage three of the roadmap out of lockdown, which will allow people to visit friends and family indoors. In two weeks on May 17, if the Government is satisfied with the country's progress, more restrictions will ease, including the reopening of indoor dining at pubs and restaurants. The Government also said it will make an announcement regarding the possibility of foreign holidays in "early May". This would include outlining its 'traffic light system' list of countries. The Government says the decision to enter a new stage in the roadmap is based on a four-part test. The decision will be based on the progress of the vaccine programme, evidence showing the vaccine is reducing hospital admissions and deaths, ensuing infection rates will keep unsustainable pressure off the NHS and the government's risk assessment remaining unchanged by new Covid variants. Step 4 will launch on June 21 if these requirements continue to be met. For a complete roundup of the full list of rule changes people in Cambridgeshire can expect read below. Rules for seeing friends and family Most rules will be lifted regarding outdoor meet-ups but you still can't gather in groups of more than 30. You can now meet friends and family indoors but the rule of six or two households still applies. In regard to hugging family you don't live with the Government said: "As soon as possible and by no later than Step 3, we will also update the advice on social distancing between friends and family, including hugging. "But until this point, people should continue to keep their distance from anyone not in their household or support bubble.
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Indoor dining Diners can now eat and drink indoors at pubs and restaurants, which is a welcome relief during our unseasonably chilly weather. Customers will need to order, eat and drink while seated, but there are no food requirements with drinks and no curfew. Weddings, funerals and other events Events like weddings, funerals, wakes, receptions, bar mitzvahs and christenings can go ahead with up to 30 people. In regards to performances and sporting events the Government said: "The government will also allow some larger performances and sporting events in indoor venues with a capacity of 1,000 people or half-full (whichever is a lower number), and in outdoor venues with a capacity of 4,000 people or half-full (whichever is a lower number). In the largest outdoor seated venues, where crowds can be spread out, up to 10,000 people will be able to attend (or a quarter-full, whichever is lower).
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Businesses Places like cinemas, children’s play areas and other indoor entertainment venues can now reopen. Hotels, hostels, B&Bs and indoor adult group sports and exercise classes can also return.