PUBS, shops, and hairdressers are set to reopen on April, 12, 2021, as the lockdown restrictions are eased further.
However, indoor dining is still banned and it is expected to be allowed during the third stage of the roadmap out of lockdown.
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When can I eat a meal indoors?
According to Boris Johnson's lockdown roadmap, indoor dining will be possible on May 17, when step three of the lockdown roadmap is put into action
Along with pubs, cinemas and indoor bingo halls, restaurants will also be able to open for indoor dining, with social distancing, in May.
What are the current rules around dining?
At the moment restaurants are only allowed to fulfil home deliveries and offer click and collect.
On April, 5, 2021, Boris Johnson confirmed the beginning of stage two of his roadmap out of lockdown.
This means pubs, restaurants and cafes can reopen for outdoor service for the first time in months.
Brits can also finally get their hair cut as barbers and hairdressers are set to open as well.
Pubs will also be allowed to offer takeaway pints, something which was banned during lockdown.
A number of Covid rules, including a ban on indoor socialising, remain in place.
Boris Johnson said the reopening has been made possible by Brits obeying the rules and staying at home and the success of the vaccine rollout.
He said: "And on Monday 12, I will be going to the pub myself and cautiously but irreversibly raising a pint of beer to my lips."
While social distancing is expected to stay in place until autumn, pubs and restaurants will have to ensure they are Covid-secure before reopening.
Punters are also expected to follow a strict set of rules, when hospitality reopens.
Customers will only be allowed inside to use the toilet and will have to wear a face masks when doing soPunters are going to be able to enjoy a pint in a beer garden
When will all restrictions be lifted?
On February 2021, Boris Johnson unveiled his cautious four-step roadmap to freedom.
After months of lockdown, the much-anticipated day all restrictions are expected to be lifted is June 21.
The Rule of Six will be ditched and all legal limits on social contact will be lifted.
Nightclubs are expected to open for the first time since March 2020, along with theatres.
It is hoped restrictions on weddings will also be scrapped.
Brits will also be able to book their summer holidays as the travel ban is lifted.
The Government has announced international travel will be governed by a "traffic light" system when it restarts again - set to be on May 17.
Under the scheme countries will be classified as either green, amber, or red, depending on their rate of vaccinations and testing capacity.
On April, 9, 2021, the transport secretary Grant Shapps urged Brits to wait to see which countries are on the green list before booking their holidays.
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