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Roadmap out of Lockdown

Travel planning post lockdown
Travel planning post lockdown
Stage 1
From 8th March:
  • Children and students to return to face to face education in schools and colleges.
  • University students studying practical courses can also return.
  • People will be allowed to leave home for recreation and exercise with members of their household or support bubble.
From 29th March:
  • Outdoor gatherings of 6 people or 2 households will be allowed.
  • Formally organised outdoor sports will return and outdoor sports facilities such as tennis and basketball courts will reopen.
  • The 'stay at home' rule will be lifted, however, people are still encouraged to work from home where possible and to minimise journeys as much as they can.
  • Holidays abroad will still not be allowed.
Stage 2
From 12th April at the earliest:
  • All shops will reopen including non-essential retail, personal care premises such as hairdressers and nail salons; public buildings, including libraries and community centres.
  • Gyms and other outdoor leisure facilities will reopen.
  • Hospitality venues such as restaurants and pub gardens will be allowed to serve customers outdoors. However, the rule of six and two households will apply.
Stage 3
From 17th May at the earliest:
  • Most legal restrictions on meeting others outdoors will be lifted, however gatherings of over 30 people will still be illegal.
  • The rule of 6 or 2 households will still apply indoors.
  • Social distancing rules from those not in a person's household or support bubble must still be followed.
  • Some large performances and sporting events will be allowed. Indoor events can be at half capacity or 4,000 people (whichever is lower). For venues with over 4,000 capacity, up to 10,000 will be allowed to attend.
  • Up to 30 people can attend weddings and other life events.
Stage 4
From 21st June at the earliest:
  • The majority of restrictions are planned to be lifted.
  • No legal limit on social contact or life events such as weddings and funerals.
  • Nightclubs will also be allowed to reopen.

Find our more on the government website.

 

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