Lockdown will be eased on July 19 with restrictions on social distance.
The legal requirements for covering the face will also be completely eliminated in all settings.
Both the rule of six inside the house and the rule of 30 outside – which restricts gatherings by law – will also be abolished.
And all other businesses will be able to reopen, including nightclubs, and caps of all abilities will be removed, including large-scale events.
The rule of more than one meter will be eliminated except in certain places – such as at borders (airport arrival arrival hall), and if you check positively and are on the path to self-isolation.
And the government will no longer instruct people to work from home.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the epidemic was “far from over” and would not end until July 19, when 50,000 cases were detected in a single day.
Addressing a Downing Street press conference, he said: “We are seeing an increase in hospital admissions and we need to reconcile ourselves with grief for more deaths from coyotes.
In these circumstances, we must make a careful and balanced decision. And there’s only one reason we might consider taking a fourth step in situations where we’re usually locking up more, and that’s because of the continued effectiveness of the vaccine rollout.
He said it was expected that by July 19, every adult in the UK would be offered the first dose of the corona virus vaccine and two-thirds would have received the second dose.