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Prime Minister announces easing of lockdown restrictions…

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23 June, the Prime Minister set out further changes to lockdown measures in England to enable people to see more of their friends and family, help businesses get back on their feet and get people back in their jobs.
Key changes which will come in to effect from Saturday, 4 July are:
• Where it is not possible to stay two metres apart, guidance will allow people to keep a social distance of ‘one metre plus’. This means staying one metre apart, plus mitigations which reduce the risk of transmission. See updated guidance on staying safe outside your home and staying alert and safe (social distancing) after 4 July.
• Your household (or your household support bubble if you have one) will be able to meet with one other household at a time – this includes staying overnight. The two households can meet in any setting – indoors or outdoors – and there is no limit on the size of either household. However, it remains the case – even inside someone’s home – that you should socially distance from anyone not in your household or bubble. See updated guidance on meeting people from outside your household from 4 July.
• Pubs and restaurants can reopen, indoors and outdoors, with safety measures such as table-only service. Hotels, B&Bs, campsites, caravan parks, playgrounds, museums, galleries are among other businesses that can also reopen. Overnight stays on hire boats can also resume. See guidance to help employers, employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely during the coronavirus pandemic, including updated;
o guidance for people who work in or run restaurants, pubs, bars, cafes or takeaways,
o guidance for people who work in hotels and guest accommodation, indoor and outdoor attractions, and business events and consumer shows,
o further guidance for people who work in or run hotels and other guest accommodation,
o guidance for people who work or volunteer in heritage locations.
• Nightclubs, spas, indoor soft play areas, bowling alleys, indoor gyms and nail bars are among the businesses that will not be able to reopen on 4 July. See an updated list of businesses which remain closed.
• Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do after 4 July.
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