Government Road Map out of lockdown

Government Road Map out of lockdown

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The government’s roadmap, which has been published in full on their website, outlines four steps for easing restrictions. MPs will vote on it in late March.

All the changes will apply across England with no return to regional tiers. 

Although there are dates given for each step, the government has warned that they are subject to change as the plan will be guided by data rather than dates, so some stages of reopening could be delayed.

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