Lockdown will lift in four stages - with five weeks between each one, starting on March 8 - the Prime Minister has said.
Advice to work from home wherever possible is expected to be in place until at least step four - no earlier than June - and the ‘stay at home’ order will remain in place until March 29 - when it will be replaced by advice to ‘stay local’.
Sporting events and live music will return no earlier than May 17, under the plans.
Non-essential shops, hairdressers and gyms could reopen in April if the government's tests are met in the first phase.
And pubs and restaurants could serve drinks outdoors from April - and reopen indoors from May, reports The Mirror.
And the government will launch a series of reviews - including into whether vaccine or negative test passports could - and should - be used domestically
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