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PremierLeague-News.Com - The Prime Minister is making two announcements on Monday as he outlines the roadmap out of England's lockdown restrictions

Uk News How to watch a live stream of Boris Johnson's roadmap announcement United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Prime Minister is making two announcements on Monday as he outlines the roadmap out of England's lockdown restrictions

Uk News  How to watch a live stream of Boris Johnson's roadmap announcement United Kingdom news
22 February 2021 - 14:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Boris Johnson will today announce the much-anticipated roadmap out of lockdown restrictions in England.Speculation around the plan to ease the nationwide measures, which were introduced at the start of January, has been rife in recent weeks. Read More When will lockdown end? Roadmap out of England’s Covid rules explained, ahead of Boris Johnson’s update todayThe i newsletter latest news and analysisEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription. Education and exercise are set to lead the strategy, with the earliest amendments to the rules coming alongside the reopening of schools in early March.Here’s how to watch the Prime Minster’s crucial update, and everything we know about what to expect.How to watch Boris Johnson’s announcement liveMr Johnson announced earlier this month that he would reveal the plan for the next stages of lockdown on Monday, 22 February.It’s expected that he will address MPs in the House of Commons at around 3.30pm. He will then address the nation in a press conference from Downing Street at 7pm.There will be a live stream on this page, while you can also watch the PM’s announcements on BBC News and Sky News on TV – you can tune in online through BBC iPlayer, while Sky News has a live YouTube stream.Downing Street streams briefings with sign language interpreting on its own YouTube channel and via Twitch, Twitter and Facebook.

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.Lockdown will be lifted in four steps, with the first step split into two major milestone dates, on 8 and 29 March, and will be England-wide, meaning there will be no return to the regional tiered system.As well as reopening schools on schedule, outdoor after school sports and activities will also restart from Monday 8 March.Two people from different households will also be allowed to socialise in a park or other public outdoor space by having a coffee or picnic – activities not currently permitted under the outside exercise rule. Read More When will lockdown end in the UK? What we know about England, Wales, Scotland and NI’s roadmaps on Covid rules The second half of step one will come on 29 March, in time for the start of the Easter school holidays, with a major easing of the limits on social contact, underlining that the risk of transmission outside is significantly lower than indoors.Gatherings in outdoor public places of either six people or two households will be permitted, allowing more flexibility for larger families to meet outside, while outdoor sports facilities such as tennis or basketball courts will reopen.The roadmap will set out future dates for the lifting of further measures on things like hospitality and retail.Previous speculation placed non-essential shops alongside outdoor recreation and socialising as the next areas targeted for easing after schools.Various reports have also suggested hospitality could return at some point between the Easter weekend and May, with an initial focus on outdoor provision.Elsewhere, it was claimed ministers were looking at plans for people who live in the same household to be allowed to go on holiday breaks together from April.As the four-step plan is the way out of what the PM wants to be the final lockdown, four tests must be met before each stage is triggered:the vaccine deployment programme is continuing successfully – including the flow of supplies;evidence shows vaccines are sufficiently effective in reducing hospitalisations and deaths in those vaccinated;infection rates do not risk a surge in hospitalisations which would put unsustainable pressure on the NHS;the government’s assessment of the risks is not fundamentally changed by new “variants of concern”.

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