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PremierLeague-News.Com - There are plans for loosening restrictions on self-catering facilities as part of the the Prime Minister's roadmap out of lockdown
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Boris Johnson’s roadmap announcement means people could be able to take staycations in England within weeks.As part of the the Prime Minister’s roadmap there are plans for loosening restrictions on self-catering facilities, while Mr Johnson has also provided a target date for the reopening of hotels and B&Bs across the country.Self-catering in EnglandSelf-catering holidays in England can go ahead from 12 April, Mr Johnson said on Monday , subject to review of the scientific data ahead of that date. The i newsletter latest news and analysisEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.One household will be allowed to stay overnight elsewhere in England, meaning holidays can go ahead.This will include holiday cottages and some Airbnb rentals where facilities are not shared between more than one household.Campsites and holiday parks are also included in this category.The “stay at home” rule for England is expected to end on 29 March, and will be replaced by the guidance to “stay local”.Until then the Government’s advice to residents of England states: “You must not leave your home unless you have a reasonable excuse (for example, for work or education purposes).“If you need to travel you should stay local.
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. You should reduce the number of journeys you make overall.”Holiday rules for WalesIn Wales, self-contained holiday accommodation could reopen in time for the Easter period, First Minister Mark Drakeford said last week, “where there aren’t shared facilities and there isn’t social mixing”. This could mean cottages, lodges and potentially hotel rooms taking bookings.Mr Drakeford also indicated that the stay-at-home rule may be relaxed in mid-March.This would allow day trips within Wales but cross-border journeys to and from England would not be permitted, and visitors from England would still not be allowed.What about Scotland? The Scottish government is expected to publish a “revised strategic framework” on Tuesday and set out guidance for internal holidays.But First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said travel restrictions are likely to stay in place and Scots have been warned against booking breaks within the country during the Easter holidays.Ms Sturgeon said it was “highly unlikely” that hotels and self-catering venues would be fully open by then to accommodate people within the next few weeks.
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