The government’s plan to unlock England moved a step forward on Monday 29 March. Here’s what comes next
England has proceeded to the next step of the UK government’s plan for easing the Covid restrictions imposed at the beginning of January, with “rule of six” meetings permitted in the open air, and group outdoor sporting activities for adults and children allowed to resume.
The proposed timetable outlined four steps along the way to a full reopening, with the government stressing that after the first step the subsequent stages of reopening could be subject to delay and that the programme would be guided by “data rather than dates”.
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