Lockdown restrictions: Here's what's changing from today

By Dimitris Kouimtsidis

26th Aug 2021 | Local News

The Prime Minister announced the roadmap of lifting restrictions in his address to Parliament two weeks ago
The Prime Minister announced the roadmap of lifting restrictions in his address to Parliament two weeks ago

LOCKDOWN restrictions are slowly easing in England and some things are changing from today.

The biggest change is that schools are reopening and all children are returning to the classroom.

Wraparound childcare, such as breakfast and after-school clubs can also re-open.

Residents can meet one other person - not in their household or support bubble - outside socially.

So far this year it has only been for exercise.

Indoor visits to care homes can start again for a single named visitor - please check with the care home before you go.

The stay at home and stay local message remains, meaning you should only leave home where necessary, for work, exercise and shopping.

The stay at home restrictions will be in place until at least March 29.

Find out more about the Government's four-part plan to lift lockdown restrictions HERE.

     

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