Lockdown ending: How the dates for a return to normality have shifted

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Published on 23 Feb 2021, 18:34
Boris Johnson outlined his lockdown roadmap on February 22, announcing a four-step plan that could see lockdown entirely lifted on June 21. He described it as a "one-way road to freedom". 

But he has now warned there are no guarantees that all Covid-19 restrictions will lift in England on June 21, despite being "optimistic" that it could happen.

The dates for a return to normality have shifted numerous times since the first lockdown in March 2020, as you can see in the video. Will they shift again this time?

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