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PremierLeague-News.Com- The lockdown rules will be eased again next Monday (April 12)
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Boris Johnson has confirmed the second stage for easing lockdown will go ahead next Monday (April 12). This means many high street businesses will be able to open back up in less than a week's time. The list of businesses allowed to open their doors once again includes outdoor pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and non-essential retailers, along with florists, gyms, theme parks and even libraries. Here is the full list of businesses that will be allowed to reopen next week. CambridgeshireLive email updates: We bring the stories to you Signing up to the CambridgeshireLive newsletter means you'll receive our daily news email. It couldn't be simpler and it takes seconds - simply click here, enter your email address and follow the instructions.
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What businesses will reopen on April 12? Non-essential retail will reopen on April 12. This will include but not be limited to: Clothing stores and tailors Charity and antique shops Homeware and carpet stores Showrooms (such as for vehicles as well as kitchens and bathrooms) Electronic goods and mobile phone shops Florists and plant nurseries Retail travel agents Photography stores Auction houses and markets Tobacco and vape stores Betting shops (subject to additional COVID-Secure measures, such as limiting the use of gaming machines). Car washes (except for automatic car washes that are already open) Personal care facilities and close contact services will reopen. This will include: Hair, beauty and nail salons Body and skin piercing services Tattoo studios Spas and massage centres (except for steam rooms and saunas) Holistic therapy (including acupuncture, homoeopathy, and reflexology) Tanning salons Gyms and leisure centres Sports courts Swimming pools Dance studios and fitness centres Driving and shooting ranges Riding arenas Archery venues Climbing wall centres Find the latest coronavirus cases in your area:
What outdoor attractions will reopen? Water and Aquaparks Adventure parks and activities Animal attractions (such as at zoos, safari parks and aquariums) Drive-in events, such as for cinemas, theatres, and other performances. Film studios Funfairs and fairgrounds Model villages Museums Skating rinks Theme parks Trampolining parks Galleries
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