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- England will begin its first steps out of lockdown on March 8

UK news When campsites and caravan parks will reopen as lockdown easing begins last minute news


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- England will begin its first steps out of lockdown on March 8

UK news When campsites and caravan parks will reopen as lockdown easing begins last minute news
23 February 2021 - 10:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Boris Johnson has announced when caravan parks and campsites will be allowed to reopen as part of his "road map" out of lockdown. The PM announced the plans for easing restrictions in the Commons yesterday afternoon (February 22). Seven weeks after Mr Johnson plunged England into its third national lockdown, cases are decreasing and the vaccination programme is progressing well. This promising sign has provided a window of opportunity to begin lifting the country out of lockdown. The Prime Minister's “cautious but also irreversible” approach to relaxing restrictions involves a four-step plan, with five-week gaps in between each step so scientists can assess the impact of any easing. Find the latest coronavirus cases in your area: In a turning point for many, Boris Johnson said "self-contained accommodation" would be allowed to reopen to family bubbles in phase two, which will take place from April 12 under the current plans.

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. Campsites and caravan parks are included in this guidance. However, the guidance is subject to change as the Government said any easing of restrictions will depend on the data. Should coronavirus cases begin to surge, ministers will put the brakes on and any easing could be delayed. Read More Related Articles Get the latest Cambs news into your inbox with our daily newsletter Read More Related Articles PM announces when pubs and restaurants will be allowed to reopen Minister have four tests they will use to decide whether they can safely continue on their proposed track. They are as follows: Vaccine deployment progress Evidence the vaccines have reduced hospitalisations and deaths Infection rates do not risk a surge in hospitalisation and pressure the NHS Variants of concern do not impact Government risk assessments

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