Uk News Here are all the businesses that can reopen in England on 12 April United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Following the culmination of step one of England's lockdown roadmap on 29 March, all eyes are on the next milestone date of 12 April

Uk News Here are all the businesses that can reopen in England on 12 April United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Following the culmination of step one of England's lockdown roadmap on 29 March, all eyes are on the next milestone date of 12 April

Uk News  Here are all the businesses that can reopen in England on 12 April United Kingdom news
07 April 2021 - 13:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! England’s roadmap out of lockdown has now finished its first step, with the Rule of Six giving the green light to outdoor socialising ahead of the Easter holidays.This easing of restrictions came on 29 March, following the first tentative steps of the route out of nationwide measures three weeks previously.The next major milestone comes a fortnight later on Monday 12 April, when a range of industries can resume trading once more in a widely-anticipated boost to the struggling economy.The i newsletter latest news and analysisEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription. Read More When will lockdown end? England’s roadmap for easing Covid rules, and how long restrictions are in place What can open in England on 12 April?Here are the businesses allowed to reopen on Monday 12 April under step two of England’s lockdown roadmap, abiding by the Government’s social contact rules:Hospitality venues such as pubs and restaurants for outdoor service only – there is no curfew or requirement for a substantial meal, but table service and the Rule of Six remain in placeAll non-essential retail – until now, only essential businesses such as supermarkets, pharmacies, newsagents and garden centres were allowed to welcome customersPersonal care businesses such as hairdressers, salons and close contact services for individuals and single-household groups onlyIndoor leisure facilities such as gyms, swimming pools and spas (not including saunas and steam room, which open under step three)Overnight stays can resume in self-contained accommodation (which does not require shared use of bathing, entry, catering or sleeping) within a single household group Outdoor entertainment including zoos, theme parks, drive-in cinemas and drive-in performances – social distancing rules will continue to apply outsidePublic buildings such as libraries and community centres, again for individuals and single-household groups onlyWhat other Covid rules change on 12 April?Step two also marks the date that all children will be allowed to attend indoor children’s activity, including sport.

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.While funerals will continue to proceed with a maximum of 30 attendees, but the number of people that can attend weddings, receptions and wakes will increase to 15 attendees in venues which are allowed to reopen.However, indoor socialising will still be off-limits – this will be reintroduced alongside overnight domestic stays from step three.What are the next steps out of lockdown?Following step two, there will be a wait of at least five weeks until the roadmap can proceed with step three, which will be implemented no earlier than Monday 17 May:Step 3 – From 17 May Rule of Six will come into effect indoors (subject to review)Indoor seating can resume in pubs and restaurantsIndoor entertainment venues such as cinemas and theatres can reopenDomestic overnight stays can resumeOrganised indoor adult sport can start againWeddings and other “significant life events” can include up to 30 peopleRemaining outdoor entertainment, such as performances, can resumeRemaining accommodation can reopenStep 4 – From 21 JuneLarger events can resumeNight clubs can reopenNo legal limits on social contactBefore each step, the Government will review data assessing the effect of the previous step against four tests.These tests are:The vaccine deployment programme continues successfullyEvidence shows vaccines are sufficiently effective in reducing hospitalisations and deaths in those vaccinatedInfection rates do not risk a surge in hospitalisations which would put unsustainable pressure on the NHSGovernment assessment of the risks is not fundamentally changed by new variants of concern

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