Until now, friends and families could only meet outside, so today will have brought a lot of joy to those who were waiting to visit their favorite drink establishment with their friends and relatives.
There have been queues outside the pubs as people sit for their first pint in public in a while.
Police patrols around Kent have ensured that visiting places meet current guidelines.
The reception staff had to wear PPE when they returned to work to guarantee their safety and that of clients.
In addition to PPE, pubs and restaurants had to space tables at least three feet from each other and installed screens at till points to help stop transmission of the coronavirus.
The Monument to Whitstable pub, run by Sarah Handler, also checked the temperature of guests upon arrival.
It has been a long period of four months without being able to visit our favorite pubs and restaurants, but it seems that life is slowly returning to normal.
The county tablespoons have been a particular favorite for those who have looked for their first pint in a pub since the foreclosure began.
Pubs were allowed to open at 6 a.m. today (July 4) and many had visited their favorite establishment before noon.
Take a look at the photos below to see what Kent pubs looked like the first day they reopened.