April 12 coronavirus lockdown easing: What you can do from Monday

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Published on 8 Apr 2021, 17:51
The next milestone date of Boris Johnson's roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions is April 12, which will see the reopening of outdoor dining, non-essential shops and hairdressers.

Lockdown measures were first eased on March 8, when schools reopened in England, followed by March 29, when millions in England saw the stay-at-home order end and the rule of six return.

On Easter Monday, the Prime Minister confirmed that the roadmap dates he had initially set out will remain unchanged.

From April 12, non-essential shops will open as will pubs and restaurants open, but outside only. And in good news for those look forward to a staycation, a household can stay away overnight in the UK

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