Covid restrictions: What am I now allowed to do in England from Monday?

Covid restrictions: What am I now allowed to do in England from Monday?

LEngland’s lockdown restrictions are relaxed, giving people greater freedoms outside.

Here, the PA news agency outlines the restrictions that are being lifted and what the British can now do.

– What is changing today?
Restrictions in England will be eased from Monday, when the Easter holidays begin, to allow groups to meet and socialize outside.
Groups of up to six people from any number of households or a group of any size of up to two households are now allowed to congregate in socially distanced parks and gardens.
Outdoor sports facilities such as tennis and basketball courts will also reopen, with organized sports for adults and children – including grassroots football – returning.
The government’s ‘stay at home’ order will end, with messages shifting to ‘stay put’, but people will be urged to continue working from home where possible and overseas travel will remain. prohibited.
– Are there still restrictions in place?
Unfortunately, there are still a large number of restrictions in England, including the fact that people are still not allowed to socialize indoors outside their homes or put up with bubbles.
Non-essential retail and hospitality locations such as pubs and restaurants will also remain closed, but take-out is still allowed.
Coronavirus – ven 13 nov.2020 / Wire PA
Metropolitan Police have warned that large gatherings will remain illegal and officers will continue to respond quickly to those who pose a serious risk to public health, including large house parties or illegal raves.
– When will the additional restrictions be relaxed?
From April 12 at the earliest, shops, hairdressers, nail salons, libraries and outdoor hospitality places such as beer gardens will be allowed to reopen.


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