Delight as non-essential shops could reopen in April

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Non-essential businesses in Derby says they have been given some hope of returning to normality after the Government announced they might be able to reopen in April.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said non-essential retailers and other businesses such as hairdressers, salons and gyms, could welcome customers back by April 12.

It comes after he announced plans to take the country out of lockdown over the course of the next several months, beginning with children returning to schools in early March.

Following this, restrictions will be loosened bit-by-bit at five week intervals, although these could be delayed if infection rates do not drop as expected.

This has left businesses, which have been either closed or operating under vastly different circumstances to normal since lockdown was imposed in January, hoping they can have customers back inside as soon as possible.

Matthew Sheard, managing director of Hunters Furniture Derby, said while his

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