Britain begins to reopen after the lockdown

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a little less than a week ago that he would be one of those who “gently but irrevocably raises great force on my lips” on April 12th. Now he definitely canceled his visit to the pub to celebrate the time of mourning after Prince Phillips’ death, but even so, many public activities have received the green light from the government to open it little by little from the day.

Since the decision was announced Merchants once again be prepared to be able to serve customers and dinning – “welcome back” many mentions outside their establishments. Pent-up demand is evidenced by long lines outside restaurants, clothing stores, hairdressers and other businesses, many of which have been banned altogether since November 4.

Employees at an Oxford Street department store dust the building before it reopens on Monday.

Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP

Among the ongoing restrictions, however, is that only one at a time per family is permitted to shop in stores that are also not permitted to open after 10 PM. For the first time in a year, you should also be allowed to open training rooms.

The status of bars and restaurants Restoring guest service on site only applies outdoors, parties are limited to six people or a maximum of two families – everyone must also check in to the NHS Testing and Tracking app of the National Health Authority regarding the visit.

The easing of restrictions also applies to things like zoos, indoor travel, gyms, weddings and funerals. Scotland has said it will follow England, Northern Ireland and Wales within two weeks, which varies by reopening.

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